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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l i f i oiY eo f I I i 1f I4tJ rtfgtt tpubltcctuM Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OP ALL TIJE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 4VOL XXII HAUTF0RD OHIO COUNTY y FRIDAY JULY 30909 No2 FREE TUITIONIN- 5T H ATE UNIVERSITY Registers and Other Mat ter for Teachers ti Must Use Textbooks Adopted Notes ofa interest to Ohio County Teachers By Supt DeWeese from real In a communtcationi dent Patterson to the Super intendent the relation of the County High school to the University Is established Free scholarship for four years in the State University will be given the honor graduate each year and the second honor graduate Will be given free tuition for one year The new teachers register and blank reports for all the schools In the count can be had by the teach ors at the office of the Superinten dent None of these under any clr cumstances will be mailed The teachers must call or send for them Bulletin No 4 of series 1 of the Kentucky Department of Education is now In the hands of the County Superlntnedent for distribution This bulletin contains the course of study for the ellementary schools of the state and also a list of the recently adopted text books Enough have been furnished to supply each teacher of the county The Superin tendent respectfully urges every teacher to call at this office as early as possible tor send and obtain It also con A copy of this bulletin talus a dally program for the rural schools which will be very helpful None other than the recently adopted text books can be used In tne schools ofOqlo county and the law fixes a penalty for Its viola tion Following Is a list of the new books that must be used In the school Viz The Practical Primer Elemen tary Steps In English parts 1 2 and 3 combined or elementary Steps in English part 1 Elementary steps in English part 2 and elementary steps In English part 3 Willis Essentials of Health and Willis El ementary Physiology and Hygiene It pie recommended that IJlementary Steps in English parts 1 2 and 3 combined be used instead of the sep crate texts as It answers the Santo purpose and Isa saving to the stu dent Teachers are directed to strict ly enforce this law Prof A P Taylor who has been attending the West Kentucky Normal School at Bowling Green has returned to Hartford The new school house at RIcketts Subdistrict No19 educational divis ion No3 has been completed and ac cepted by the Board of Education School commenced in the new build Ing on last Monday Elections of trustees will occur in onehalf of the subdistricts of the county on August Notices of the elections have been mailed to the trustees of all these subdistricts The County Election Commission has also apolnted three officers In each district to hold these elections It is earnestly hoped that every man eligible to vote will attend and aid in selecting the very best man for all of these places No man who absents hmiselt from the trustees election has a right io quesitlon the acts of the trustees In the place of gets ting what he wants he usually goat about what he should have The County oBard of Education at v its recent meeting decided to build new houses Inthe following districts provided motif canbeob talneld at a reasonable rate of in terest Bartletts subdistrict NoV 10 educational division No 1 Blrks sulp district No 2 educational division No 2 Bunnydale subdistrict NO Si educational division No 3 Arnold subdistrict No 2 educational division No j The Board will meet again Monday August 2 to finally deter mite this matter o The Board of Education has di rected that each subdistrict trustee provide his school with crayofibuck ets brooms shovels and fUeleach subdistrict trustee must report to lira division chairman the amount Sf each article purchased together wt h tye price paid for same The prices Itc 1 must not bo excessive The Board of Education will give the silbdls trlct trustee a voucher for his mon ey which will be paid by the treas urer of the ounty Board Mr Onls L Oreer WhltesvtlleKy has been appointed to free scholarship In the West Kentucky Nrmal The date of the Ohio Schooll stitute has been fixed for Inclusive John LouisIvllleations will be made to make this the best Institute that the county has ever had Every teacher is requir ed to attend the full session It Is urged that every member of the Coun ty Board of Education and every sub district trustee be present as much of the time as Is possible The general public Is also Invited Sessions of the Institute will be held in the court hall at Hartford All public and graded schools will be closed during the week A committee conslslntg of J L Brown W C Ashley and J M De Weese was appointed by the Board of Education to purchase the numbers of desks followingI vision No 2 subdistrict sUbdls1jrfctdivision No 4 subdistricts No 7 arid 17 50 Educational division Non I subdistrict No X 30 Educational division No 6 subdistrict o3 and 14 55 Mr Arthur Kirk of Taffy who has been teaching ht North Central Mississippi for the past year return ed to his home Saturday He has accepted the same position at an In creased salary and will return to his work about the first of September- No I teacher should communicate with the members of the county Board of I Education wlt out enclosing stamp for reply should it be desired These gentlemen receive practically nothing for their work and they are direct ed not to answer any communication where a stamp Isjiptjsnclosed When the monthly reports are com pleted by the teachers he will then take them to the subdistrict trustee when approved by the subdistrict trustee the teacher will then enclose the repbrt together with a stamped envelope and send It to the educational division chairman who will sign the report and forward It to the county Superintendent Unless the State Superintendent rules that the subdistrict trustees signature Is suf ficient the Superintendent will re qulro both the signature of the sub district trustee and the educational division chairman I In the new teachers register will be found space for the census report I for each subdistrict The teacher I will be required to obtain a copy of the census report from his sub district trustee or the county Super intendent and duplicate It in the teachers register He is directed to report to the district trustee the names of any children in the subdistrict not attending his school It then becomes the duty of the sub district trustee to report to the county Attorney the names of all parents or guardians who have children between the ages of 7 and 14 not attending school The Superintendent urgently requests that the teachers and Subdistrict trustees join him in enforcing the compulsory educational law There is a reason for the ab sence of each pupil who is not en rolled in schcol and it is the duty of both the teacher and subdistrict trustee to know the cause and take prompt action to remove them Upon the written request of the teacher approved by the subdistrict trustee books will be purchased at the county peat for indigent children But under no circumstances will these books be mailed or expressed front Hartford goodsItisenthe 7th of August l ARNOLD July 26 Farmers are getting their tobacco In good shape again Corn theexsalvebeen taken care of in good condition with an average yield Those on the sick list are Mrs Martha Evans and Mrs Katherine coy 4 Mr Wiley Daugherty of Qlaton Ky Is visiting friends near this place Mr Harvey Daugherty returned home Thursday froth a short trip through Butler and Edmonsori coun ties x r AN AGREEMENT ON AMENDMENT Taking the Six Cent Tax Off Leaf Tobacco Farmers Will Not Be RequiredvF to Keep Record the Sales Washington July 27The con ference committee has agreed to the amendment offered by Senator Bradley with the proviso that the leaf dealer shall keep an account of I all sales under two pounds Instead of ten as originally provided All restrictions upon the farmer are removed Since the middleman Is In almost every case a leaf dealer or a mer chant this proviso stubbornly con tended for by Senator Aldrich will not prevent the sale of leaf tobacco but the conditions will put the dealer to considerable unecsesary trouble The Stanley amendment gave the farmer and the middle libIertdid not sell to manufacturers In j quantities less than a hogshead case or bale As all manufacturers purchase by the hogshead In any event the house amendment gave the farmer practical free trade in leaf tobacco When this bill came to the senate Senator Bradley Immediately at tempted to have it restored and the senator from Kentucky Immediately Introduced an amendment which was In every essential similar to tho original amendment to the Payne billSenator Paynter secured the In dorsement of the house amendment by his Democratic colleagues with out the loss of a vote and SenatorI Bradley went to work on I publican colleagues The socalled Insurgents In the senate were to a man for tho repeal of the tax and ho secured sufficient Republicans to Insure tile passage of his amendment notwithstanding the opposition of Senator Aldrich When the opponents of the bill found they could not defeat It by open opposition they attempted to emasculate It by cunningly devised provisos For weeks propositions June been made to Senator Bradley by which the bill was to bo restricted and modified by certain amendments and provisos Some of the adroit ly framed restrictions nominally to protect the internal revenue department from possible fraud would have precluded the farmer from any benefit whateverSenator Bradley and Mr Stanley with whom he has been In con stant consultation have Instantly de tected the schemes and the Kentucky senator has stood out stoutly for no further restriction upon the farmer than was contained in the Stanley amendmentWhile are enough voters in the senate and house to put the bill through as originally demanded by Messrs Stanley James and others ant In the senate by Mr Bradley there Is and has been great danger of the defeat In conference where the Rhode Island sneator Is all powerful In addition to this Chairman Payne never has favored the amendment and but for the desperate fight put In the house during the closing upI of the session It never could been reached before the hour fixed fort vote on the bill Senator Bradley Is contesting every inch of the ground and is determ ined to get all he can The amendment as agreeion In conference while tho Kentucky w the StanleyI dealIerstobacco for the farmer especially In the South and Southwest are In the habit of dealing with the Inter nal revenue department and keepingt books a dth have no ble in putting the natural leaf on the market after the trade Is once es I I tablished As for tile farmer he Is absolutely unrestricted In any way Carriers Appointed for New Routes Carriers have been appointed for the two new rural routes which have been established In neighborhoods I North of Rough creek and which will be supplied with mall through the Hertford postofflce James 0 Wells was appointed carrier on Route G and will begin his duties August 2 He will receive a salary of 810 per an num This route begins at Taffy and from thence traverses the Hawesville Egad to Ralph thence goes to Ada burg thence to Westerfield thence toward Pleasant Ridge to Hinton tHence to Kings school house thence brick to Westerfleld thence to Taffy jPearl D Tweddell was appointed carrier on route 7 which will be In operation on and after September 1st This route begins at John W San derfurs thence In a northernly dlrec tlon to Porters below Heflln thence towards Maxwell to Holbrooks school house thence on the road paelled with the Harmons Ferry road to tit intersection of the road froom Buford to Crlt Hudsons thence back to San derfurs over a road which we were unable to learn Salary for carrier on this route will be 630 per an nrnum The establishment of these two routes furnishes mall facilities to sec dons of the county that were very much in need of same RJGHTARMCUTOFFBY I C FREIGHT TRAIN Rqckport Man Fatally Injured on the Track at Cen I tral City r Central City Ky July 27 Herman Decker thirtythree years old of Rockport Ky had his right arm cut off above the shoulder by an Illinois Central engine this morning and he now lies at his home in Rockport critically 111 from tit shock with no hope for his recovery- It is said that Decker had been drinking In the afternoon and had spent the afternoon In Central City It Is suposed that he had Intended to take the fast freight to his homo having been seen to go toward the tipple of the Central Coal and Iron Company where the freight was In the habit of stopping for coal However the fast freight was toI wait for the fast passenger to pass It at Central City Instead of passing at Rcckpcrt and It Is believed that tho Injured man must have sat down on the ties to await the coming of tho other train When found ho was sit ting very erect on his arm which hall been cut off almost at the neck and his face was scraped by the wheel SELECT July 28Elder R P McKinley fill ed his regular appalnstment here Sat urday a nd Sunday to fair sized audiences Mr Winson Smith Is building a school house at Roy Ray Ky Miss Minnie Hohelmer and Miss Viola Waddle of near Hartford visit ed Mr and Mrs J W Keown Satur lay and Sunday Miss Mary James of Island Ky Is visiting friends and relatives here at this writing Several from this place have been attending the tent meeting at Crom wellMr Clarence Keown who has been sick for some time if liver trouble Is not much better Miss lara Herman of Evansville Ind is visiting Miss Claudle James at this writing Talton Embry of Rosine was In town Saturday and Sundays Mr Jnp U Miller and little daughter visited relatives at Horse Branch Saturday nnd Sutylay Mrs Elizabeth Klnchelo who has been at the bedside of hre mother for tho past month has returned to her home at Palmyra Wisconsin- Dr Pal Willis of Cromwell was in town TuesdayIJ Notice The Trustees of Centertown Educa tional Division No 6 are called lo meet at Ceritertown July 31 at 0 a vacanlea 1at PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN SUICIDES J R Bennett of Fordsville Drowns Himself in Creek Nine Years Ago He Quit the MinI istry and Went Into Busi ness But Failed Leaving his home at Fordsville over a week ago on the pretext of having business to attend to at Hartford Joseph Bennett a promi nent merchant at Fordsville and at one time one of tho bust known ministers In this section of the State committed suicide by drowning himself in Otter creek at Vine Grove In Hardin county The body was found Wednesday morning The coroner of Hardin county held nn Inquestthe jury returning a verdIct of suicide Tho coroner however stated that the death could have been acciden talA letter written to Flank Bennett a son who was attending the store while his father was away and which was the last word received from him by any of the fam ily was received on Friday a week ago He stated In tho letter that he had been a failure In life but that he had conducted an honest business but failed mill that he would put himself out of the way forever Ho said that he had In tended to tell of the condition of the business before he left but could not get the courage He ask ed his children to be good to their motherAfter leaving Fordsville Thurs day in ArJBhejdrove to Beaver Dam where he put tho rig In a stable and took the train forCen tral City Ho spent Thursday night at the Samlusky house and after that no trace could be gained of his whereabouts until the news of the suicide was received here yesterday The sons kept up the search for the father night and day The hotly was takne to Forduvllle yesterday afternoon but no arrangement luive been nmdo fur the funeral Mr Bennett who was sixtyfive years of age was born ten miles East of Hartford and when only eighteen years of ago entered the ministry He had charge of nasty churches In Daviess Ohio and lIar din counties and was well known throughout this Jectlon of the State lie was engaged In a slight differ ence at a church of which he was pastor in Hardln county near where his body was found He continued In the ministry until about nine years ago when he opened a general store at Fordsvlllo and where he had been located since Besides his wife two brothers and four sisters survive They area R Bennett and J R Bennett Mrs Charles Campbellof Roslne Mrs Sallle Mahon of Utica Mrs Jossle Meyers of Brlstow Okla and Mrs Mllanda Meyers of Wagoner I T Four children are living They are Miss Lena Bennett of Louisville Frank Bennett of Owensboro E R Bennett and Miss Ada Bennett of Aberdeen Ky ADABURG July 2GThe farmers of this vicini ty have been greatly encouraged by the few days of sunshine Mr John Henry our countrys most reliable weather profit of Taffy Ky sayS that we shall never want for any more rain soon we may rest assured about the fact for Mr Henry says he never falls to make a lilt Miss Lucy Weller of Ark Is visit- Ing relatives at this place Our friend correspondent of Ralph Is greatly puffedup on Bryan Ism W wonder If he hasnt been swallow Ing a few of W Js Commoners Most of our young folks attended tho entertainment at Mrs Mary Ham iltons Saturday evening last there i al1lreport hOP91to 1toI left Saturday to begin school in the Southern part of this county Prof Crowo Is an accomplished young teach er and we hope him many brilliant successesMr Sharp went to Owcusboro FridayMr Knox Wright while scouting around the other day says he kill ed one of the largest Woodchucks that has ever been seen In this part of the state He says the animal measured three feet from end of Its nose to the tip of Its tall and Its hide would make enough of shoestrings to supply the country for the next twelve months AETNAVILLE- July 27Mrs Mary Ralph who is 111 of malaria Is no better Miss Ruth Loyd who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Arthur Ford Herbert returned home Sunday Mrs Victoria Martin and daughter Miss Eva of Ralph were the guests of Mr E H Morgan and family Wed nesday and Thursday Mrs Miner Lyons and daughter Rosa Mae visited at Pellvllle Satur day and Sunday Quite a number of people from this place attended the burial of Mr Tll den Morrison sit Fordsville Monday Mr and Mrs E H Morgan and children were the guests of Mr W C Tanner and family at Dtxinfleld Sunday Mr Robert Duncan Sr and Mrs Robert Loyd are on the sick list Mr and Mrs J H Loyd and daugh ter Miss Ruth Mr Henry Loyd and daughter Miss Vtrda attended church at Whltesville Sunday evening Phllpot and Aetnavllle No 1 base ball teams played ball here Saturday afternoon The scores were seven to nine In favor of Aetnavllle No 1 Alarge crowd attended the game FOR THE BUSY READER The Tennessee Supreme Courtde elded that the State Railroad Com mission was not authorized in its practice of assessing side and yard trackage of railroads as localized prop erty and that It wus distributive prop erty After producing a letter to the police In which he told ct having murdered his wife Robert M Fanning of Wompurt Mass committed sttloWe In the police tttntlon at New Bedford He Is said to have been Insane trout drink and the fact that his wife tad refused to live with him 000 Without recommending any action whatever the Joint executive commit teo which Investigated the record of State Railroad Commissioner S G McLondon of Georgia made Its re port tot1C house and Senate The committees report consisted of the evidence at the hearing o 5 0 The Sutton Inquiry was adjourned indefinitely This action was tak en on a ruling of the court that Mrs Sutton was a complainant ill the case and alt the officers concern ed In the affair were madu party defendants The hearing will not bi resumed until Lieut Utley another party defendant returns flan abroad 000 Noah R Marker assistant cashier of the First National Bank of Tlpton Ind has disappeared and nn laves tigation shows that pore than 50 000 besides the amount of money on hand at the close of business Saturday night Is missing The bank has been closed temporarily Marker left a note for his brother saying he was going away He has a wife and two children o 0 Orville Wright established anew worlds record nt Fort Myer with his aeroplane carrying ona passon ger the time being one hour and twelve minutes and forty seconds President Taft was a spectator and led the cheering when the hour waa completed The trial fulfilled the Governments endurance test and the speed trial will be made today o 0 Shooting over the head of Senator Jeff Davis W1 Ellis a resident of Pine Bluff Ark fired a bullet into the heart of Nathaniel Parker Willis owner of a liquor cure at Indianapolis lad In the Circuit Court room at Lit tie Rock Ark The shooting was the tragic ending of a law suit brought by Willis against his divorced wife who had subsequently married Ellis for the possession of his child j J 4 waii BOIIN6IIREENAUli tg Tobacco Growers of Ken tucq Indiana and Tenn To Keorganize National Union of 4TobaccD Growers of the A S of E CaJI fer OMtIIIt oo to to hld a bL i r g rice Ky on August 1- tr rte prlrpoae of Tsorganiting the i cal Tctacxo Department A So E To the asof tIae ADMf- JIa1I Society of F4uitT In Kentuekr- Teane see IndfaPL Onto Wieoonsl- nasd ouaerkd cur dUi r of he Toi- oOJi Growers of K arid Tenn the A a of E Toro Iwarment fail ud Xu hold its regL A lul C amt tIoIa for the year TIw vliil darnent laTe reently i Jj teat there 1 a nruag a west and a rowIug m on the part the member of Oae AS- at JI 1a Kt1Ick Tenneaaee indaaa- Ot11o cad wLeoeafu to have tbia To- lse depnrtmnt rorganised at oae- as dIM all loyal meabers of the A So d 1 is the above metUoDed ftalH oea tttrtaape and eomplte the plat- a tllhcaiatd by the A S of E w- pkl n pool and handle the 1lOi crop oe tobeeo bar tbe acmbrs of the A 0 of li Sa Ute several tau above taatlowd pvpoM tlf this mining uir Mi lat To make web neawary eban fir let the eouUlutlDD and bylawa- as tile wrdem oftbb delegates to tkla snveadoa deem wcet11W7 to- naaq hid To Mae and adopt a peel be pIo pe to be used by the A 8- 8i lDipartmeut for the year 1111- 91ttrL Sslsct and elect otfJe1I for tbla Departnaeat to serve uw11 the Mat Aarn2 ull4- tJt Ib traUilCt and attend to 117 and all kn 1aehs that may come before ucuarntlun relative to the beat lateteat of tbe Tobacco Grower d Ja AtIU- a Iteprwentatioa la this conre- nua ibs11 be one delegate from wcb Slat Unto ODe InJeaate from each iet Union and one dlt i from eaeb County havltg one or more Irian LiIons of the A I of Ir- lllaeb conaty will be entitled to one vote for very lire hundred member of major traction thereof la said eFtyAll delegates to be sated In this wavntioa tnmrt be melDhe of tb- sAeriea Soeitty of Kcault1 and Ina tir1J i ht r the oreoing cab ii- a he very urgent request of UAo are vltalby concerned InI h j on a sure and permDeI1t II hat will be fully able to main tI cod prices fur tLbatco not OD- lJ 4r but tor all titres and so this f dot and coming from U source we urg that an Interested pt buy and see to It that you are tally represented at the convention Remember I the pines Bowiina Green time AI fI1 It howling Green Ky P L IJA EXPORT Pros Casey Ky July 15th 1601 Ail papers friendly to the above pkare copy i ake MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria Orders for Graded School Orders Ohio County Curt regular Jill len o 5th day of July 1901 lion W II Taylor J 0 C C lidlueelll1A Cargal t al I PDrIIIt appearing tu the statlllfMlcn of tbt Court thtt at the regular May terra leoS of this COlin Chan Coral arid I odlur lersl white wracC corn awn School SubDlurleta Xoz H 13- aatl Hi of EtllMSaUonRI DRlston No Ii of Ohio trunty Kentucky and Poat j office addrta McHenry Kentucky dId tauso to be mud with tile Clerk of this court as provided by law a- petition wherelc they prayed for the ostabllfhlllent of u Graded Common SCloul IJislrlct and thatran election loordored to take the 6ebSeOC the hggnl white voters withIn said dIstrIct na to whether or uoL they were In fa- vbr ot levying a tax of 60 ooulll on each 10000 worth of tnxablo properly 1Ikmging to satd voters or car prrratkns within arid dlettlet tone her with t pOll tax of 1SO on oaslt- lo l white voter reaiding therein fur the VU1K or purehsafug ereQtlng or r parng suitable building or hulling nd for the maintenance of saId f Gndcd Common School A tan regular June IG09 term or ao 1w t this court the same petlUoseraCItas Carp md otter tiled an aahen- petldoa ebaqing oaIT the boundary of the proposed Graded Common School D1srlc4i as PCD In original petition ud said petition as amended pas 1n words and figures as roUOYs towit- TeHda SV B Taylor Judge or the Ohio County Court We tile nndersled petitioners be4ag legal voters and taxpayer In the boundary hereinafter set out res- pecUall petition that you order an election to tale the sense of the legal whit voters ace to whether a Grad ed Cbue on School Shall be estabUshed and aalntalaed by levy ud collected for that purpose of a tax of not ex eroding Se cents en CAeIa one hundred dollars tSliOt4 north of property in- cold uuvt owned by white lersons and by Corporations and a poll tax of one dollar and fifty ts S1a01 t1 web white tale iahakitant therein over twentyone years of age under Section 4464 and following the Kentucky Statutes slid under Sec lion 100 and f9l owing Ue Common School Laws of Kentucky and said Dlltrlct to be bound as lloWII Beginning at Frank HarrVs at Mer eer With Makers line thence South East to George McFarlands Includ- Ing him thence to Hiram 3Mddoi place luctuding It thence to the Fish er farm lnelndlag It thence to the R P Deck place Including It thence to the Delmer Anetinplace including It thence South to the Rnchoster and Hartford od thence with said road including all on the North side or said read to the Sam Maddox place laeluding lt thence to the Gaither property Including ittbenee to the James Au6ln property including it thence to tile OBrIan property now ownod by the Mellenry Coal Company including It thence to the helper place Including it thence to the Cknhnd Ain place including it thence to Dude Phelps lncludng tin thence to the R p Beck properly on the corner bordering on the Rocheber and Hartford road Including it three to the D N Duncan place ncludbg It thence to the Nick Swan property Including It then to the Dek Toll property Including It and all the Cum- pony house between these two placer tJlemee to the widow GUYi1 part pen y Ineladng It thence to the E G Render roper taeludtnp it thence to the E F Ruder farm including It thence to the Saute G Render place Including It thence to the 1Vi1 llama Coal CottipallT land Including what Is known r the locker ilk and on a portion of which Alonzo Mn too Dow Itrw thence to and Including what r known as the Simon Junta property and on which Buck Stneon lives thence to the boundary I between the WHlu Coal Colsiu and lames Rice lneladlat the Star dot farm on which Addle Sptnka now lives thence to the property tf J T Nafa tseluding it and also Including the property owned by Warren Maker known at the Old Kelly place thence to the htJmellead of rank llama In elucUllr all In the South afro of Bak- r line to the belioDlof We further represent that tM forgoing e boundPry embraces Cowpto- Scheel n SubDistricts Xos 14 15 and lC- i Educational Dh1aio No 6 and 11118 petition has the approval of the Trus lee of Neb of said Dlnrluts and 1180 of the County Superintendent u- Schoola We dsignate a certain tract or par eel of land 8Ituated between Iellenry and WiiIiawi Mines In Ohio oouuty Kentucky cn the West side of the JIll Jola Central Rail HORI1aud Just be i law till Brown Jlercactile Company j store and known t11 the Old FleW I as n site for the building for the IlroJ eased Graded Common School and certify that said t6 is not more that i Iorii It further aplenriug to the satfs peUtfOlljandand dockud tit the May and June tern 1i10ruf this Court by or r laid over one month fur excCIJ1- tloW and anus raving been noted or nJet herein and that said Petition and proixclttun meets with the ap- protoI I of County School Superlutea- dont Jnmes M Douecse nf per hIs i iudorsemont tblxron and the Court tbercIfore e51tabllhedUtlon as amended and as aloye recorded and that tile Sheriff of OhIo IICInndschool house In the said proposed Graded Common School DIr ct on Saturday August 21st 1909 for thoI purpose oC takIng tho souse of the legal white voters of said proposed dlsI friar whIch District embraces 109I IIXo10000 worth of taxable property with- a sold District OledlJy white per I sons and tend also nllOll tax or 150 on cacti legal whit voter TI7 QIJf1 fp O K I Our Express Paid Line yl MONOGRAM UaoN OR RTL I EXPRESS PAID tqUo Sqtl 12qu 260 ti 700 CRESCENT CLUB BOTTItO IN LONO EXPRESS PAID tqts Jgte 12qt- UOO 760 1100 u n residing wIn srd nslict fir he purisse If rIMiru rlug lr per lohaang suttahie bullding cr buUdlnga and the tnaluteLauce of said graded common IeAoul u aforesaid It Is further edjulted by the court that each and all alleRadore ana tatcmont5 set torah In the peftlou as amended lire true Said sheriff of Ohio county innlueky copy or- the order hertn by the clerk or this court will have sal publlahetl lIS required by law and will at the same Ume an1 place as abo e described cause the too officers alh pointed by hIm a Judge and a clerk to hold said election to propound thefolloa lag question to inch of the Ie gal white voters offering to vote Are you for tlr agaInst the levying and col IecsJan of a tax annually of 50 centS I on each 10000 worth of taxable prtr perty withIn said dIstrIct owned by white persons and corporations and a poll tax rt 1oU on each legal white fllrjshall record the sate thereon DS each toter may direst and the shall at the same Unu and place hold au trusIprollOsld Graded Common School UIs= trlct and this cause Is continued for report as prescrlled by law A COPY ATTLST W S TI SLEY Clerk By S A WOERNER Deputy Clerk In obedience to the foregoing I will open a poll at Williams Mines 1909 for the purposo thereIn stated D MARTIN E 0 CP IIL Road Overseers By order of the Fiscal Court the overseers of roads nt the Hartford Magisterial dIstrict are hereby warned to have their roads In good condl= r tlon by August lstor I shall be rem polled to report them fOr pirosecutionr Some sections or the road are In suck fixedeven fEIt D Corn Hartford DlstrlctV s 4 Iroot f WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES ND SHIP FUlL MFASUTE- QUARTSIIY PLAIN SEALED CASES Oamerit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right and the prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by Us OLD CABLEKENTUCCY BOURBON Io Jugs Only 200 Per Galion- BROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY In Jugs Only 225II 4 Rte s Qts u Rte CANADIAN WHITE RyE 350 695 1000 RED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KEN TUCKY BOURBON n 450 85o 1200 APPLE BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING cOMPANY 300 595 85o PEACH BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 595 8So APRICOT RANDYCALIFORNIA 300 5758o APRICOT BRANDYIMPORTED 400 750 IIOO LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 8So FOR THE REHANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID r6oe fine Bottles DottIe TENNESSEE Wns1CEY Unlabeled 100 pints 2200 U900 NELSON COU TY KENTUCKY WmsJrnY Unlabeled 100 pints 2700 2100 PRIVATE STOCK RYE Labeled100 pints 3000 7760 SHADY SPRINGS STBAIOIIT WIIISSEY 100 plat 3360 8000 OLD DOMINION WUITE BYE 100 pints 37ro 3400 ONE THOUSAND DoLLAR GUARANTEE WE have deposited 100000 with the City National Bank of Paducah Ky and 100000 with the Com mercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount will be paid to any party who receives a bottle of OLD McHANEYor SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEAS URE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESS One 001 Two oIlls Three Gels Old MollIaney Whiskey 200 5575 3S5O Smoky llonntafn Corn Whiskey 280 550 825 Unadulterated sunlightTRYEven the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is an e article you will value and find many uses for o REMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTER 1 UTILE DOG KILLS DIG RATTLTR Gane Scotch Terrier Though Bit ten finished the Poison Otis Reptile In a battle between a Scotch terrIer belonging to Franklin Drew a tar mer at RIchards lx miles south of- Kinevflle and a dIamond rattler the dug although bItten to the mouth kill cd the snake chewIng the head off The best part of the story Is that the plucky little dag was saved by his rooster who extracted the poison by- n liberal use of kerosene The Mat agorda Tribune tells or the enoouror thus Franklin Drew held an exciting ex perience last Saturday evening with a huge dIamond rattler while waterIng I some plants In hIs yard He heard a vIgorous rattling 20 yards away and called to his dog which was playing just beyond where the serpent lay coiled ready for action Mr Drew was fearful the animal might attack the snake When the dog responded to the call the rattler uncoiled swiftly find struck the Iog In the mouth the fangs penetrating the lower lip The dog immediately sprang In and catch Jag the head between his teeth literally chewed It ore nod swallowed lt Mr Drew ran in upon the fighting par but was unaMe to ltuerfere until after the dog had ditoatched the snake and shook the lifeless form vigorously Mr Drew noticed that the dog I bad been bitten la a vital spot The head Immediately began to swell uutllI noriI IHe aplled kerosene oil liberally to the wound for about 30 minutes after which ho noticed the greoncolored poison begIn to ooze out He applied several other wellknown antidotes an after severe suffering for three days 1011procmcnt The snake 1034 feet and 12 rattles and a button Mr Drew endeavored to save the reptiles skin as- a i trophey but It wd been too badly disfigured and torn by the frantic animal The poison taken Inwardly t by the dog swallowing the serpents head It was feared would have disastrous rrosults but Mr Drew states that the animal apparently did not suffer much IC any front this source Combination That is One SureEA z O King has taken office with Messrs Sumner Blackne11 over the Deposit Bank HIs daughter Miss Alberta is assocIated with him and they are thus equipped to write your deeds certify to your allidalts take your deposition or the old man will sell you out at auction If you so Qe sire This official aggregation em braces a deputy sheriff deputy count clerktwo notaries secretary of tho tgts 300 F DOURON 8 II I MOSS ROSE RYE anT IN OUR BTOCR 0EXPRESS PAID 4 qt 8 qts 12 qte 560 1060 1600 e R Stato Board of Equalization licensed auctlol1lr secretary of the A P of L and presldent of the Green River association of ExFederal Soldiers all under one Aoot and In one small offlcaMuhlenburg Argus 1 Sheriffs Sale Dy vIrtue or Venditioni Exponas No 219 bcok 12 whIch issued from the Clerks office or the Ohio CircuIt ICourt vs James S Ycrtress lu favor of Butler Dros I will on Monday August 2nd 1909 t or nbdut one oclQck p m at the courthouse door In Hartfordiyotter for sale try tho highest and best bidder the following property or so much thereof as Is necessary to prollllce the aunt of 62 54 with Interest thereon at G per cent per annum from the IGth day of October 1908 until paid nlso the sum of 181G which In the said court waS adjudged to Butler urn for their cost iii their behalf expended A certain lot lying and being In the town of Hartford Ky and des IgUitted on the plat or the east addition to said town which plat is of record In Deed Book No 31 page 233 and whIch lot In said plat Is designated lot No 2 in block S and be lug the same lot conveyed to James S Vertress by the Cesna Realty Company as evidenced by deed oC record In the office aforesaid In Deed Doook No 3G page 82 Levied upon as property of James Vertreea this July J12 1909 IL B MARTIN S O C THAT EDUCATION iS MOST PROFITABLE Whioh puts knowledge in the head skill in the land and dollars in the pocket Our course in bookkeeping business customs shorthand and typewritingiie endorsed by business men beottuse it enables our craduates tp m the requirements of the business office It puts J young men and lfomen to work where advancement follows satisfactory i service Over 500 pupils attend annually Fifty typawritersforjinstruction purposes Worthy pupils assisted to term begins Monday Sept 6th Write for catalog LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE Evansville In- dIndianagreatestsohot Jof bufin 3s 1i l i t j 4 d 70 It di ji jI jIt J 4- e r 1 l tc t f F 4 OLD CORT- fi HOUSE lOUKl r f M Frankfort Put in Place f In Year 1833 1 4 Bought by City in Philadelphia tiI Interesting Gossip of the Building r Now that Franlln countys old 1 court house is being dismantled pre paratory to remodeling it some of tho rr facts connected with Its origlntl con etructlpn may bo of interest They did not do things In the days when tho court house was built as they do now and some of the court orders leading up to tho erection of tho court house are very interesting For Instance in November 1831 tho records show that the county court A entered the following order Ordered that James Shannon Henry WIngate Mason Brown and Phillip SwIgert be and they are hereby appointed Com missioners on behalf oC this court to procure a sultablo plan for a court house and offices for the county and circuit clerks together with the probable cost of said building The records snow that in November 1832 or one year later than the above order a contract was closed with Gideon Shryock to build the Ire sent court house The court house l was completed but there was some M IJUIltIInlowing order was entered Ordered that the place of meetings of this court be hereafter in the stone build ing erected In part of lot In tho town of Frankfort by the Commls Bloncrs apointcd to build the new court house it being understood by the court that this order is not to operate asa reception of the court house from the said Commissioners the samo not yet having been finished Shryoclc must have had a hard time Atgetting a final sctleracnt out of the court for building the court house for in 1841 the order book shows that Da ridge S Crockett Joptha Dudley and I James Thompson were appointed 4Comnilsolonefe to settlo tho account of Gideon Shryock for building the court houte Tho Commissioners made one report which was rejected by the county court In June 1848 but In September 1848 they made another report showing a balance duo Shryock of 53707 and he was paid after walt moneyfJ in foresting order was entered by the county courtOrdered that the Jailer for the time being be and he is here by appointed keeper of tho courthouse and lot that the sam o shullI never be used for preaching or ious worship of any loud whatever And that it shall not be used for any other purposes without the consent of tho majority of the resident magis 4 Ftrates for the time being in North or South Frankfort Provided however that this order is not to he construed into a reception of tho court house from the Commissioners pr under takerTha city records show that the doe I for tho court house was paid for en tirely by tho city and has always been kept In repair by the city The clock was bought In Philadelphia and was I j put in place in Um cupola in 1833 011 tho early part of 1834 Tho clock was I hauled from lIHlatlUplvlaMo Plttuburg by wagon from 1Jltngurg to Maysvlllo Ky by boat nnd from Maysvllle to Frankfort by wagon again and tho freight bills for nil three sections of tho transportation route were attach cdl to the bill of lading for the clock Tho total cost of tho clock was about 400 Frankfort Ne- wsMEHDEN i ALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and rt Fever Guaranteed Some Queer Rains- So It rained frogs did 1t7 remarked IU L DlUnars of the Bronx Zoo ritwhen a reporter for the World asked him fast night to explain the fact thbl the streets of Gpuverneur N Y had been covered yesterday with frogs ilts perfectly possible continued Mr pltmars and science has found ah explanation whclh does away with tho the eggs arc hatched in thoi tclouds I have seen apples come iiow in a rainstorm and once I was hit1 on the head with an old shoo A friend 1 had out West waq knocked down by a watermellpn that came out i of the passing cloudv J It happens this way A thunder atoms creates a whirlwind which pass rc t 1 ot es overa Pond In which are frogs and woks it dry In the sam manner It tray pass over ant apple orchard and suck the apies oft the trees or over a village and pick up any odd objects such as shoes I never met any frogs in tho clouds sneered Leo Stevens balloonist and I have passed through one or two whirl winds in my time Ive been good and hungry too when a dish of frogs legs would have come in handy A A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was believed to bo hopeless Consumption writes W R Lipscomb of Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Ho Is a well man today Its quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affections BOc and I 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed- by all druggists m IResolutions of Respect Whereas It has pleased Almighty God in the dispensation of His all wise providence to remove from our midst to that allperfect and glorious home above our sister friend and coworker Miss Emma Darnel who departed this life Fri day July 16 1909 at 6 oclock a m In tho 45th year of her age and Whereas In h er dally life and walk she exemplified a most sincere loving Christian character and set an example for her fellow creatures upon vhclh her Creator must hhve smiled with loving approval therefore be it Resolved That while wo mourn our loss wo will emulate her virtues striving as did she to walk upright ly before God and man endeavoring to do our duties as she did ever reI membering that we are traveling the I same avenue of time to that un known rest from which no traveler eyer returns Resolved That In her death tho Methodist Sunday School and Epworth League of Beaver Dam loses an efflj clent teacher and president respectively and the church a most loyal member as well ns the community a loving and charitable friend thesenresolutions be published In each of tho county papers a copy l e seat to the bereaved family and a copy bo framed and hung to her memory In tho church she loved and for which she did so much MISS MARIE AUSTIN MISS MAY HIR HARRY MONROE Committee CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the- SiPnatare of 100 Reward S1OO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that science stageslandCure Is tho only positive euro now known to the medical fraternity Cat arrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curo is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood systemithe disease and giving tho patient strength by building up the constltu- tion and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Pays for Making a Sot Tho Supremo Court has ruled that a wife is entitled to heavy damages from a saloonlst who makes a sot out of a good husband Mrs Nettle Marianne of Jackson brought suit for 10009 damage in the Circuit Court agairfst Fred Miller a Grass Lake snloonlsf and his bonds men C C Corwln George Rank and Barney Teutel alleging that Miller sold liquor to her husband thereby causing her to I6se her bank account her home and the companionship of per husband The Marrlnanes formerly lived at Brass Lake whore he was a telegraph operated They owned their hume had a Bilug bank account and wore gener ally prosperous till the man started drinking at Mlllpra t nltrs Mar I riano theq sued and got a 6QO verdict SupremoCourt A 1 t +co t Our SemlAnnual Clearance BEGIN- SSATURDAY JULY 24 Ends Saturday August 7 As our time for invoicing is at hand we wish to give our friends and customers an opportunity for some rare bargains We will offer some goods at costs some less than cost and all goods at a discount L Dress Goods 5c and Gc Lawn now 4c 7c and Sc Lawns now tic lOc and 12c Goods 8c 30 incll Cashmere 23c 30 30lnc54inch Iohfiilr A5cl lIens 4 and S35C Oxfordsnow 319 Mens 3 and 250 298 Every Linen Collar in the house for Men atSc each 3 dozen Pearl Buttons Oc packages needles 5c to 1 a I at I 9 verdict was too small and ordered a new trial This resulted In a verdict of 5925 being awarded the woman which today was upheld i Bravo Fire often receive severe burns putting out tires then use Arnica Salve and them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruption Old Sores Bolls Ulcers Felons best 25c at all m Salei By Execution Noi 2 boost No 9 which issued from the Clerks office of the Butler Circuit Court agaiiist T W Wallace in favor of sum w thereon from the 14lh day of Septem ber 1906 until paid also the sum of 1690 which to the said said court was adjudged for the cost In that suit I will on Monday the 2nd day of August 1909 at the court house door In Hartford Ky offer for sale to the highest and best bidder tho described proper ty or so much thereof as may bo nec essary to produce the sums required towit One house and lot in the town of Cromwell Ohio County Ken lucky and Is part of the P F Paxton lot John Hackers and runs a street towards tho rive 43 feet thence west 172 feet North 38 feet thence East 172 feet to the being the same lot con veyd to SusanBratcher by W S Gil strap ttndwife Jan 27 1905 and recorded In Iced Book tip 30 page Also another lot same tri C othing Great bargains in Clothing Full Suits and Odd Coats and for men and boys at a sacrifice A full lino of cool lightweight trousers These will make the days more pleasant to suit all r Everything Chheala AmerIicans clNice 10 packages RubNoMore Washing powders lOa 10 packages Star Naptha Washing Powders toc 8 bars Soap25r4 of Homespun Tobacco 30r 4 Cans Baking 3tlr Extra Axminster 3AR Wool Carpets per 4 All Mattings at Cost Remember with every and all purchases amounting in cash you get chance the cash given for correct and nearest correct time that the clock stops tffeA3IHCS6Win be Sold at Regular Prices GIBBSDRY GOODSCOe- I ROCKPORT KYo Laddies Bucklens fejrget druggists Sheriffs virtpeof 1909t Flenerby expended following beglnnlnlfat beginning 129I adjoining Trousers Prices Lenox Twists BonBon Powders Rugs 30x72 yard ginning at Northeast corner and run plug with street towards river 40 feet thence West 173 feet thence north 40 feet thence East to the beginning this being part of tho P F Paxton lot being same lot conveyed to Susan Dratchcr by JW Kahn and wife Jan 26th 1905 and recorded in Deed Book No 30 page 30 Also another house and lot and adjoining first described house and lot on south side and including the remainder of said Paxton lot towards tho river being samo house and lot conveyed to Susan Bratcher by W 905rDeed Book No 27pago lOOhlo County Clerks office All ot tho property was convoyed to T N Wallace by Su son Bratcher and J W Bratcher by Deed dated 8th day of Juno 1907 and recorded in Deed Book No 33 page S37 Ohio County Clerks office Levi ed upon as the property of T W Wat lace thIs f1ItBy JAMES W MARTIN D S h 1000 Watches Free The Weekly Commercial gives a small regular 12elze thin model nickel finish watch for a club of on ly twenty three months new trial sub scriptions at 10 cents frach 200 the amount collected to be remitted with the 20 names Each trial subscription must be new not now taking the Weekly and only one to a family The watch is fully guaranteed nlco enough for any one to wear a good timekeeper and can net be purchased from any Jewelry for la than two dollars Drop us n postal card for sample coplosv and blanlts TIlE COMMERCIAL APPEAL Memphis Tenn a it i- It Hartford Republicanrnt- ered I according to law at the roetotfll Jlartlord ET at man Matter or theeecoDd eJuat C M BARNETT EDIT R xsza aou s- O b1ncSN40Rurh m7r at FRIDAY JULY 30 I REPUBLICAN TICKET L- Ear lteprerentatiieW s r eA 1- PorC1rcult ClerkE G Bartass For County JudgeR R Wedding lobe County ClerkW S TinslerI For County Attorneyc IL Smith For SherlUT H Black For AstessorBernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For JanerW P MIdk1U For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDan Y King FOR MlaGISTRATE 1 Hartford DlstrlcB S Chamber SiD 2 Beaver Dam Dlstrlcto E Scott So Rockport Dl6trlctJohn H Miles Oenterton DlstrlctJ C Jack fOG V Rosine Dlstrict M C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs DlstrlctJ lI- Gnham 7 Fordnille DistrictC V Mlles S BArtlett DistrictNo nominee Laugh and the world wonders who the Joke Js on American people do not like to be tooled They want to be shown Experience will teach a man a lot provided he doesnt die from worry tin the meantime If this country coulll It rid of her thrift squabbles we woulll enjoy perpetual prosperity Congress Is now earning the raise in salary which It gave Itself two or three years ago The fellow who climbs the ladder of success sometimes kicks out rounds behind him theII A man may be known by the corn bony he keeps but a Company 1 known by the way It udvertlsQI au the stationery It sends outiI The reported hard worflll betwee- Senator Aldridge and Congressman Payne were no doubt Intended for the benefit of the galleries Jf we are to have free trade hides by all means give us InI trade In boots and shoes as Let the tall go with the hideIIf congress places hides on the free fiat a great many farmers will engage xovemjberjail The Burley Tobacco Society 1 not large enough to control the whole world and It should come down of of its high roost and agree to take a little advice from common mortals It Is said that expresldent Roose velt Is coming back from Africa to run for Mayor of New York Ills experience with lions on his hunting trip will not doubt qualify him for his fight with the Tamany tiger It is unfortunate that Burley Tobacco Society should see fit to refuse all overtures for an arnica Lie agreement with the A S of E We predict that within twelve months from now the Burley people will turn as one nun to the American Society of Equity to save them- We have rbelieved very much in women going on the stump and now that Miss Alice Boyd who gained fame by advocating the Bur ley Tobacco pool a year ago has undertaken to punish Congressman Campbell Cantrill we are more tha ever convinced that such a depart ure is a mistake We have long since learned that it we cannot have our own way In every respect and about every transaction It Is best to retrain from raising a row knowIng full well that probably a whirl of the wheel of time will reverse conditions maybe bowlng us also that It was better that we did not have our own way In the past It Is almost certain that a taste of the new office building at Frankfort will cause mapy of the state officers to have anunque chltilo de aire for four more years However lhat Is just what wo accused the Democrats of four years ago and in order to keep consistent we must have a juw deal We have gone on u I record as opposed to rotationIn of tee There 1ahaMa aSena who does eotwant ome Southern 1- tereat jiroected though all Sout era Senators do not show the frank ness of Messrs Daniel oJ Virginia and McEncry of Louisiana both of whom declare they are for protection and do not care who knows it Senator Bacon of Georgia Is one of the latest claimants The South raises cotton for the world and bas hardly perceptible competItion any where But Senator Bacon wants duty of four coats a pound on Si island cotton though he says til s not Protective as he does not propose to stand for n Protective duty Wouldnt n little candor like that of Senator Tnimans be r ly more creditable The pltcbfo rk man from South Carolina pltruds for a duty on tea which he says Is pullitig Infant In his State TI highest possible duty would not likely to have a very stimulating feet on the culture of tea In AmerIca but Tillman wants all the chanc that Protection can gIve He to least honest In his declarations Why They Became Republicans Wool growers are feelIng prosperous this year because of the strong market and Increased prIces for the fleecy staple A great deal of wool Is Imported even with a Tariff attached to supply the domestic needs of manufacturers When the Demo cratle party gave the country tbe Wilson Tariff schedules the sheep and wool Industry went to pier Os and was a negligible quantity until the McKinley and Dingtey schedules revived tit It may be recalled that hundreds of Democrats In the South west where the great sheep rang es are became Republicans because of the reduced Tariff on wool which stripped their business of profits and those men are still Republicans as business men although of Demo cratlc ancestry and teachlngsJames town Texas GazetteI Southern Statesmanship FlorIda votes the Democratic tic et regularly and hs always suLscrl- bI to the creed that n Protects re manyIis not produced In her own State should be upon the free list But when It comes to permitting the IllnoopJles which are raIsed to Cuba Porto Rl countrydtitter with FlorIda pineapplestit- n means that an entirely different Is being gored and explains complete Ithe Tallaterro below Taliaferro believes In hides for the cattle raisers of t Western plains free grain for the markets of the world free Ir ore from Pennsylvania and free she from Massachusetts but he w for a higher Tariff on pia e Iapples eves than that proposed by finance committee b cause FlorIda raises pineapples and live lives In Florida And the Hon FreeTrade Tall tortes contention for a high Tanl- a on pineapples was sustained by a tote of 39 to 30 apple story suggests the Be DavIs style of statesmanship whf Is very much In evIdence just nt this tlmeDes Moines Capital OLATON July 28ReR W Oldham Falls of Rough pastor of Olaton Dartlst church filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday The attendance was large on both days and the sermons were excellent blrs rellna Hall returned from IDeaer Dam Saturday where she spent the past week at rho bedside of her nephew Ernest Hall son of W W Hall who has been danger ously 111 of typhoid fever for 3weeks The grainer erected by rcDanel ementIfor Olaton The building Is n largeI frame streture Roscoe and Dunk Hall were the HatnTuesdaynMr Wyatte Daniel was In Narrows Saturday Mrs Ira Faught has returned from Oklahoma Mr and Mrs Faught left hero last March and have traveled through many western states 1Ir- Faugbt will arrIve here In a fe daysMr Crlt Hall of Jingo spent Saturday and Sunday with his family at this place Mrs Dr C W Felix whose Illness we have mentioned through these col umns from time to time has been very low the past few days and 1s t reported this morning that she Is not expected to surplus through the day Mrs Felix is known and liked by everyone throughout this section and her Illness has teat a gloom over the entire neighborhood and we aro sad to think her recovery Is doubted L RODE GROWERS CONGRESSh Says MIss Alice Lyod f J Camp ell Cantrill Burley Societys Joan of Ar SharpoatHave a Spirited Tilt eCynthlana Ky July 27The to bocce mass meeting here this after Inoon was punctuated byi a sensational colllloquy between MIss Alice Lloyd and M F Sharp state organizer of athe Society of Equity eIn the course of her address redo Y hebites Lloyd put Congressmen J Camp ifbell Cantrlll lender of the opPosition to the pooling movement In the cafe undeslrablatel meat he had made In a meetlnjln Lexington to the effect that blood has flowed In Kentucky and blood wit flow again and classified him with demagogues Speaking further of the congress man Miss Lloyd said Haring rid den the Burley Tobacco socletylnto congress over the lion W P lGim ball who by every rightshould bave I succeeded himself having receive II the votes of the Burley tobacco grow ors who under protest supported hIm because he thrust himself upon them as their candidate Mr Garrett now plays upon the weakness ofUle masses for further political preferI meat He should remember Mr Lln coIns classic utterance You can tool some of the people all of the oIl you cannot o the people all of the time nntagifor the 1909 crop and management o the society and the colllloquy followed Miss Lloyds rejoinder that men were tokdestroy her Influence for the Burley Tobacco 5oclety by means of false hood and lnuendo dir Sharp crltlclsed salaries pal by the Burley Society I venture to say that he Is receiving a salary for the campaign ho Is making against this society and what I wnnt to know 0Is who pays him He and others nre odoing the best work ever done for thee American Tobacco company Mr Duke atw111 sit back and laugh and let Sharp xand leaders of the opposition do the workThe leadershlll which the AmerIcan todayhestriking chapter In a new book on InThe Reign of the Dhmagogue figSMALLNOUS July 27Rev A F Gordon Rus sellvllle pastor of the Smallhous- e baptist church preached an able sere mon on Sunday Schools to Q large and appreciative audience Among andffVary and Ethel Darnard Hartford Ky who were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jakehbrother Iamnzas flea Dettle Ather ton Duel Mr and Mrs George Allen and daughter of near South Car- rollton Mr Edgar Dochm and lbugl1 ter Mr James Calloway of Center town who were the guests of Mr Alva Calloway Sunday for dinner Jir Marshal Crowe Ralph Ky wh will teach the school In the Bend near South Carrollton Misses Kate and Ethel Robertson and sister lire Xellle roorman Essle Nichols j and sister ladlsonl1le and May Cnimbeeker Central City were the guests of Mrs Many Barnard rrs Bob Billings and slater Miss Flora Dusklll Jloornun were also In grit midst the guest of their grand rents Ir and Mrs John Withrow Saturday 1 night and Sunday bites biag Hunter 7s spending this 6week with her sister Mre P I w Ceralvo who Is quite sick Miss Omit Maddox le In Rockport during the sales of Harrel Bro as saleswoman Mrs Robert Hunter and daughter Miss Ethel were In Rockport last Friday they were the guests of Dlr- w and Mrs s L Fulkerson Mrs T L Withrow and children Nora and Mary were the gutstsof her parents Mr and Mrs ND Fulker son and other relatives the latter part or the week and Sunday Little Nowland Addington who floe been quite sick le thought to be gore flag better Mr J C Drake Is quite sick Mr Klttinger of lIublenburg county was In our midst Sunday the guest of his best girl ix Mrs Tom Marks of HartfQrd Kr Was In our midst Friday the guest ot ShewasI ttIi r tel Miss Mary Marks who is teCh Ing our school Messrs Oppre Ktlager and Clln ton Igiehesrt sad wire left Saturday evening for a trip to the Mammoth Gave Several from Smallbou attended the Ice cream supper at Cntertown Saturday night The moving picture show was also represented by the Smallhous people I at Smallhous Saturday night guestCSundayj has been very Mrs Cella Brown and Miss Gayle Ashby of near jUrtley were the guests of air and firs Berry Bishop last Sunday 11Ir and Mrs Seth Hunter were the guests of Mr and Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo Ky Sunday 4 Teachers Wanted The demand for teachers who haveI been trained In the Western Normal lis greater than the supply The Fail Session opens September 7th Write President H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky for information relative to freetultlon 2t2 I SALEM July 28Rev F Bailey Is hold Ing a protracted meeting at this place Mr and Mrs J W Camp and faml Iy and Mr and Mrs Eat111 Raley and family visited Mr Rufus Boyd Sat urday nIght and Sunday near Fords v111eMr Fred Goodwin visited Mr Harry Crunies Sunday bites Myrtle Brownd visited hiss 1Joale Wilson Sunday Miss Djttle Myers visited Iss Stella Crumes Sunday ofr Herbert Wilson MIss Bessie Raley Mr Clarence Allen and Miss I Proshn Raines were the guests of afternoonfil1ss Iva Cummings visited Miss Deulah Leach who Is ill of typhoid fever Sunday afternoon Miss Annie Myers Fairview visited Sundayfhire Mollie Fought and daughter Maude visited Mr and Mrs L E Wilson Sunday night Mr and Mrs John Myers and little son Troy visited Mr and Mrs Calvin Wilson Sunday dMiss VIola McAstle and brother Floyd are visiting their slsterMrs Annie Daniel MrF loyd Wilson and sister Clara visited their aunt Mrs Tom Daniel Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Mary Owens Is on the sick list this week Our school at this place Is progres sing nicely Miss Iva Cummins teacher Mr Floyd Crumes visfter Mr Forest Cummins Sunday Mrs Phebo ChrIstian visited her daughter Mrs Rebecca Wilson Satur day night Miss Sarah Duke visited Miss Leona Wilson Sunday Miss Annie Myers visited Mr an Mrs Tom Daniel Saturday night Mrs Mrs SllIm Wilson has been visit lug her aunt Mrs Maggie ChrIstian Miss Maymee Crowder attende- church at this place today MrsNancy Daniel visited Mrs Kate Goodwine Tuesday Mrs Nollie Myers and little daughter visited her sister Mrs GIrd Camp Tuesday Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the lOwer to Issue the ELEMEN T ARY CERTIFICATE the INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATEand the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the holders to teach anywhere In Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each fertlficato will be furnished when desired Ad dress H H Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Icy 9t9I5 For Sale Within ISh miles of Hartford 100 acres farm well improved Contain Ing cottage dwelling and all necessary out buildings lt6 HORACE H PENDLETON Of Interest to Farmers Expert discussion of the parasite which destroys clover and lllfalCaJls contained in It letter made public byM C Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture and which will be read with In terest by farmers who grow either crop The communIcation from Mr Rankin Is as follows Frankfort Ky July 2lTo the Ed Itors of the City Papers and the County Papers in the State I wish to ask you to publish for thebenefft of the farmers Kentucky followingt accompanied with sample of weed whir was cut frbm a clover field of Dr J M Jessoat North Pleasurevllle lIen ry county Ky The lettetfrout Prpf H Garman State Entomologlstfol lows Lexington ICy July l7Dr J hlf tI 1 h i How Would You LikeIt for but for j us you live Here are some we will the for us ThreePiece I 7 I CARSON CO iiNoonP- oRATEllHartford Hesse North Hfnry county Ky Dear SlrSomc tim e ago I received from Frankfort a pack age containIng the plant parasite dodder on clover but through nom I oversight no communication with ref erence to It reached me and I did not know exactly where It came from until I received this morning n corn from the Department o Agriculture The pest Is a true para site but its seeds germInate in the soil and grow muclrlike other plant- until It secures a hold on clover o alfalfa when It loses connection with itdI It Is attached The small flowers are not very different In structure from seeddII but are extremely small This species I of dodder seems to be pretty closely restrIcted to the plants of the clover group but there are others ot same genus which attack a varlet of plants one of them Is the well known lovevine often seen growing i In large quantities over weeds sometimes attaching Itself to black berries and other woody plants I Is known also to attack clover The chief difficulty in destroyIng the parI aslte once It generally scat tered in fields Is Its likeness to the plllnts ripen which It grows and tire Impossibility ot applying a herbicide to It that would not kill the clover or alfalfa Good may be done by cutting the Infested clover so early that the I Plodder will nt have developed Its heeds This and the o avoiding land infested with dodder fo clover and alfalfa and planting In stead such crops as corn wheat rye potatoes And like which are nut at tacked by dodder and above all avoid planting seed with which dodder 11II am satlllCled from the In thIs division of large Dum bets ofclover and alfalfa seed sam plea that dodder has been widely In the State with clover and alfalfa There Is no good reason why this should be so The dodder seeds so touch smaller add lighter than that of clover that it can be coolly removed either by careful or by the use of some screenIngI If our seedinspection law were amend ed so as to prohibit the tale ot fur ago seQd contAining the seeds of the pest it would do the farmers snore good than the provision against theI adulteration of seeds The adulterants employed for seeds are as tar as I know all plants that have some value as forage tint they are much 11theywho buy such sew are cheated they r are sot InJured otherwise In the rose dot the of large per c I I- p What vOnld you do if you were a big clothier hdhad more okIIon hand than you could sell this season Would you kceii your money tied up until I1Qxt year let the stock get UstyI u R salesmen get tired of fi owipgitH get tired of Jt yoursolfstnrte txt season with a half newetoclfOr- would you say H1vo made somo j money on Spqng and Summer goods Ill lose a little note get my money back bring in some people rho havent beef buying- of me make them happy and when they come next year sltoly- themsomething h they have mover seen before here or afiywheroelse Youve answered our questionyk Were after younot today alone as long prices that believe movo stock Get your share Youths Suits Regular price 500 now 375 Regular price 750 now 500 Regular price 1000 now iPc Mens Suits Regular price 10pO now 700 Regular price 1400 now 1050 Regular price 1600 now 1200 Regular price 1850 now 1350 Ky Pleasurevtlle munlcatlon becomes precaution seedsI examination distributed presence cetttages of weed seeds some of them destructive to the crops as In the It case of dodder and others Increasing the labor or the farmer the buyer J Is not only cheated but ho suffers nn injury whIch will require years toiremedy Your very truly T II GARMANJ- t Rosins dl ajislerial District Sunday School Convention SundaySeptron program are expected to bo present iIpastor of church Welcome Addrers by Dr Rains Re sponse by Late Embry Reports of officers and Sunday School Superlntendenttl and explann lion of theIr duties sessionYensu Ing year IHow to organize n Sunday School Campbell afterIby Dr Schonaenbach- sr ani Mrs Lon Drowl1IThe Influence of professional men in the Sunday School by Prof Henry Leach and C M Taylor How far may public school meth sods be used In 4TheDrrP SANDERFUR J W TAYLOR Committee SoID tAing Pico for Ton FROM NOW UNTIL September 1 I Will Give With Every Dozften Plctttres Valued 300 or Over ONE LARGE POOTOGRAP- K81tE 14X17 1- A pJiotottYou fr likeness Dont neglect having SomeMngmathapJlenand makingena111es j Y8 wortbelter take advan 7loge of It Gallery Is loeet dorerRepubH notflee iiHarUord 0 yours truly ETEItlut t 1- r t j SHOE GOSSIP Vl custom have bunched our entir- stock of High Grade lots composing Gun Metals Pat Burro Jap allnew lasts uptodate styles Our OOstyles now 339 Entire 350 qualities now 298 NOW ARRIVING fOur splendidnew Fall Shoes They are certainly the mostup tQdatestyles we have shown yet None our celebrated Burro Jap Patent Leather I I teed not or a new do our Iron want your J FRIDAY JULY 3- 0Illnols Central Table At Beaver Dam Ky V i North Boutld Honlh Bonnet 110132 due 0 am No lrldua11E5m 1 o1Ydae12r0 p m No lilt due 28 p ro 0102 due 28 p m TOMakeTheHome Does not always require the expen t 1 f dlture of a large sum of money This depends largely upon judgment taste economy and skill Nothing adds more to the nppegrance of the home than good Paint properly applied Then It protects and preserves the propertythat Is If you buy the right kind The best Is the cheapest Masurys Is excelled by none Call onus for Outside Paint Inside Paint Carriage PaRt Roof Paint Flexible d 60 centS per gallon Japalae Liquid Veneer and everything In this line that maltes old look new Prescriptions filled with care and delivered anywhere In town DRUG CO Incorporated Judge John D Wilson Is In Parkers burg West VJrginla on legal business Miss Laura Morton la Ill of ty phold fever at her home qn Union r T H Allen Ripley Tenn visited his sister Mra Jno D WllliOn a J few days this week Elder H C Ford of the filled his regular appointment Sunday And Sunday evening t MessrsW O King Chicago and Andrew King and wife Qirenaboro were here to attend the funeral of their mother Saturday cMesara G B and A C cyeJaer attended the meeting of the Democratic Court DistrIct M Committee at Leltchfleld Monday Mr and Mrs Sam PRender who hadbe the guestiof relatives la Hartford for weeks heft Man c1 I their home In Norman Okla Etc J 11 J if 0 1- i V ft i Closing Out We are anxious to carry over as few as yve possibly can Ac cording to our we Oxfords into two CalfsOxbloodsTans and regular line of like Shoes Every pair absolutely Guaran to break Your money back pair if they Read Clad guarantee We Shoe Business Hartford Republican RallroadTlme Nonlldne816im Carbon things HARTFORD StreetMr Christian- church Likens sveeral 1Obituaries Mens Oxfords usual Sheriff R D Martin was In Louisville on business the first of the week Mr J C Flener of Morgantown Ky was the guest of relatives in Hartfdrd yesterday Attorney C E Smith and wife re turned from a weeks sojourn at Dawson Springs Wednesday Ihe baby boy of Mr William Shef field of the West Hartford neighbor hood is quite ill of pneumonia Mrs A E Pate and daughter Mar tha Carolyne are visiting relatives In Russellvllle and Livermore Ky Mrs John T Moore and children and Mrs Martha Ross left Wednes day afternoon for Dimond Springs Ky where they will spend several days I Mrs M L Heavrin who has been the guest of relatives at Owensboro and Henderson for the past sever al days Is now at Dawson Springs Ky for a few days sojourn Leave your Laundry ut my Grocery Work guaranteed1Promllt delivery U Cleve her Agent for rldlsonvl11e Ice and i Laundry Co Incorporated or LOSTPackage containing black woolen skirt trimmed In silk folds Was left at the speakers stand at the Soldiers reunionIMRS SALLIE THOMAS Hartford KY Company n Will go Into camp at Earllngton with the Third regiment on August 9th The boys will leave under the command of Capt DeWeese and Lieut Woodward and march to Beaver Dam at 8 oclock- n m In time to tiiKe the 1130 trainI A fine target range has been laid lout at Earllngton and the boys will an unusual opportunity for tar get practice j We have beenso overwhelmed with obituaries memory notices and resolutions of respect during this and the past few weeks that we are com pelled to call attention to our rule pro viding for charges on such notices In excess of 160 words We have of times stated In these colamns that such contributions in excess of 150 words are charged for at the rate of one cent per word and that money to pay pr this excess must accoin pant thee manuscript when sentjln Unless this rule is adhered t we ba Compelled to cut down the arti- clesdto hlsillmltor omlt the from our publlcaton f JI i a Dr L D F WhlttakerwbD for the past several years has been located at lo xwel1 Ky has moved to Sm monsKy Dr Whittaker Is a young pbsiclanof splendid attainments and will no doubt command large prat lice la his new field Mr Dud Paxton died at the home of Mr Sam Taylor Beaver Dam Wed nesday night after a lingering Illness alsonby many relgtiveb aiut friends The familreceved a letter yes terday written Wednesday from Mr- G D Williams mention of whose go specialeweek stating that ho wAS feeling quit well after undergoing nu operation cheerrful confident of a speedy recovery The Louisville Chemical Co of- Ioulsvllle Ky u corporation char tered bytho State of West Virginia and authorized to do a general bus- Iness In Its special lines with a capl talo 500000Q luIs two representa tives Messrs W M Vlser and G L Webb In Hartford with headquarters at Mrs Yelsefs These gentle men are making n practical demonstration of the value and saleability of the companys preparations to the housekeepers of Hartford and of the county generally They have a most valuable and attractive proposition In the way of a business connection with the Company to make to anyone In Hartford or the county who would like to get Into some business that pays well The Company can give the best of references and Messrs- Viser and Webb would be glad to take the matter up with any ono In terested and go Into further details RtJuly 8Mrs Jessie Woodward Col rado Springs Is visiting her mother Mrs Drusitla Barnard Mr Lute Williams and family Princeton visited the family of Mr William Chancellor last week Mrs Anna Wood Who has been sick for some weeks Is botter Miss Jessie Norris and Mr James Baker Cent 11 City visited relatives near here last week Mrs Nina Bennett Livermore visit ed her mother Mrs Mllner some days ago Mrs Thompson Bishop a highly respected lady died July 16th at the age of IiG She leaves six children all grown KNOBIJuly 28 Is progres sing nicely nt this place Mr Dick Leach and family of Horton and J H Torrence and little daughter Corn visited Mr and Mrs Jesse Torrence Sunday Miss Lossle Leach of Horton Is spending the week at Mr Jesse Tor rences I Mr L M Sandefur of Horton Is visiting his brother Mr E P San defur and family Miss Bessie Torrence and Harriet Sandefur visited Miss Anna Payton- of I Rob Roy Saturday I Miss Chloe Rafferty of Mt Pleas ant Is spending a few days with friends at Cromwell and Is attend fag the revival meeting going on betmuchsaved during the revival There has been a good many heavy I rains In this nelghborhcod lately Success to the Republican A Good woman Gone I Mrs Nancy Skillman Haynes King widow of the Into Wm C King died ltrllEmmglng July 22nd after a long Illness Mrs King was one of the faithful worllllIpiness to an mankind She was a devoted wife a kind painstaking mother and a faithful ChrIstian When her husband came home rpm a hospital with his good right arm bared on one of the bloody fields of cIvil war his faithful wife became note only his arm but his inspiration and proved herself a helpmate Indeed and In truth After his death some years later she took up the burden alone and kept her family of 9 children tho gather and brought them up In the Nurture and admonition of the Lord She lived In lCcrd with the exhortation ofthO apostle Paulto be Not slothful in business fervent Insplrltservlng the Lord rejoic- Ing In hope patient In tribulation continuing Instant In prayer She lived the ute Of a Christian she died as only the Christian dies I Z O K Free Tuition All eligible persons are entitled to- ref + tuition in the W ter entucky tata Normal School ThetFallhes don begins Iieptember71909 Write- rosidentP H Cherry Bwllng9eep- Kr forinfonnatfon u t2 iJi 1r i I l 4 dJ t CENTRAL GROYE July 28Mrs CarrIe Williams c- Orowley Louisiana Is the guest of her friend Mrs Alney Tlchendr Mrs Ella Parberry Louisville Is visiting her sister Mrs D M Park Miss Belle Berryman Is vlsitling at- Jorse Branch the guest of Miss Delva teachIDam spent Saturday night and Sunday at W I Iglehearts Dr and Mrs H n lanes and daughter Miss Gladys Render were In this community yesterday Mr and Mrs Joe Snell Concord visited at Mr M G Snells Sunday Mr and Mrs Harlnn oaught ands n Master Forrest W411Iams Mines spent Saturday and Saturday night si M F Faughts and Sunday at II B Faughts Master Earl Vaughn Graham visited his grandparents Mr and Mrs E Q Cooper last week bar L D Loney attended the Sunday School Convention at Hartford Friday Mr H D I aught went to Hartford on business Friday and Saturday Several from this place attended the Ice cream supper at Centertown Saturday night Miss Myrtle Park vlsltlle her sis ter Mrs George Drunton Williams Mines part of last week JINGO July 28Health of this community fe generally good Farmers are about done cult1v- atlnsthelr tobacco which Is badly damaged by heavy rains and high wat er Mr Den Long Is not much Improved at this writing Miss Prudle and Edna Allen are on the sick list Messrs Fred and Thornton Patton of near Horton with their families visited at this place Saturday Mr J T Snell and family visited relatives near entral grove Saturday and Sunday There were 70 people Sunday school at oncord un dayIRev F D Dattghn potntment at Concord und a fine sermon to a big congregation Sunday Mr A J Carter of near Concord whole as been quite sick for several days Is not much bettor Mr I L Stevens und John L Allen South Beaver Dam spent n day or two in this vicinity last week NoticeIOn Saturday July the 31st at 3- oclock the Southern Methodist Par rUllage at Beaver Dam will he sold to the highest bidder The sale will be at the Parsonage property J C JACKSON C G TAYIOR Committee RALPH July 26Health Is good In this community Mr J L Patton and Mr Jordon Evans were unanimously nominated for Magistrate and Constable We think Jim will be our next Squire Messrs Bode Taylor Ronda Wade and Root Taylor attended the Ice cream super at Dundee Saturdayy night Dr Leslie Greer visited his father Inlaw Mr Chele Wedding Sulphur Iprln s from Saturday till Sunday JA Edge and daughter Miss Addle went to WhltetllIIe today Mr Warren Midkiff Is working for Honda Wade this week Hiss Addle Edge visited at Dun dee Saturday and Sunday Miss Eva and lassie Taylor and Messrs Honda Wade and Dade Taylor attended Sulmlay school at Beech Val Icy Sunday nfterncon- Mr T P Austin visited near Dundee Sunday Mr Robert Taylor of the firm of J A ldgo and son went to Clear Run to day ml business IThe School of Music i desiring a fell course In Vocal and Instrumental or Public r llool music will enjoy unexcelled op- portunitles In the Western Normal Write for special information Ad dress n H Cherry Bowling Greenly 2t2 S FAIR VIEWI July 27A largo crowd attended church and Sunday School at this place Sunday afternoon Misses Proshia Rains and Bessie Raley Rosne were the guests of hiss Ranec cousin Miss Eunice Wll son Sunday evening Miss Bessie Myers visited her friend Miss Stella Crames Salem Sunday Misses Flay and Maggie Miller Cosine and Lorenn White visited thel friend Misses Bessie and Ruby Act ton Monday afternoon lIlss slorena and Deulah Wilson are visiting their slsterl Mrs Ola Weidman Olaton Mr Robert Myers and family spent the day Sunday wlfk Mr and Mrs J RWJl8on M Viand Mrs BI lieAutry visited j oI t i Perchance to Dream Onethirdof your life is spent in bed Should that bed not be the very best that can be had We have a felt Mattress made of layers of cotton feltpure sanitary and simply fine Made just like the highly advertise ones It is just as good and just as comfortable The price instead of 15 is just onehalf- or 750 Ask to see it WINDOW SHADES SLEEP Our Window Shade department should be remembered by all who buy shades Handmade Hartshorn Rollers 11dIIlAdk heavy handmade- ClothJJIIIIII any widthor newWindowShadeMoleriul rMnt4lWe rnd mukaghpd color eIther oil opaque or the new Brenlin material which does not crack will not break and whichwill give you the best satisfaction We are at your service Use use BARNARD co Hartford Ky p 1t We Are Here- With the Goods Consisting of the latest Vigil grlule but lowprieed articles of Furniture find House Furnishings embracing Bed Room Suits Iron Beds Cots Matresses Settees Dressers I fonirs Hall Trees Davenports Tables ChifI Cabinets Chairs Safes China and Glassware ware specialties Carpets Hugs Mattings I lends hint in fact anything necessary to UnoI tile IlOlDe Also Hewing Machine Stoves and Hang I B- cl thing lletl 8118 npt0 date e Weve earned the reputation of being low priced reliable grocers and we are still doing business in the same way Call on us or telephone your order and you will sure to be treated ri- ghtSchroader rC0 Mr Autrys parents Mr and Mrs John Autry Salem Saturday night andSunday Quite a crowd from this community attended churdh at Salem Sunday A protracted meeting Is In progress at that place and much interest has been manifested Mr and Mrs J w Miller and lit tie son Bernice Roslne visited Mrs Millers sister Mrs C C White and family Friday Mr Cicero Moxley and little daugh ter Miss Alma of Fordsvllle visited Mr and Mrs G W Allen Saturday night and Sunday I Mrs Annie Blrkley and little son of New Baymus vIsited her sister Mrs R D Wilson Friday Misses Floy and Maggie Miller of Roslne are Visiting their cousin MIss Lorena White this week Miss Annie Myers Js Yllting her RaUrlends iMsscs Jessie and Bessle 1 Raley Uoslne this week Miss Myrtle Brownd Roslne visited Miss Josie Wilson Sunday evening Miss Lorena White visited Miss Ora Wilson Sunday Misses Jersle md Bcsse Raley and proshla Raines Rosins attended coure here Sunday afternoon Mrs Clara Hurt and little son Rex spent the day 1Vlth Mrs C C White and family a Called Home The death angel visited Rumsey Ky July b and took from our arms little Ctrl DodsonTweddell rile pro clous little ore hAs gone to Him who says Suffer Little Ones to Come Unto Me Carl was our precious little darling but we knoW whim Jesus comes he will bring him to our arms again hIe was 3 months and 6 days old whim Jesus tOok him GRANDMOTdERIi rI- v 1 1 tt oat N- t f I I J I h Jk t 1 +oo+o+oo+OOoo+a+ JCandle She t5e rt II ooJo+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o By F A MITCHEL i Copyright 1909 by American Press Asso clatlon j Josh and 1 were fellow laborers working for Farmer Bathgate We went to him when the crops vrci ready to be taken In and be liked u eo well that when the harvest wa over bo concluded to keep us for ever i day work during the winter In the summer Ruth Bntbgatc his daughter used to bring us out cool drinks antI we two young men soon became flux bus for some sign of preference uc that either of us had any Intention toward her It was just an ordinary rivalry But Ruth was mighty partlci Jar not to make the slightest differ 4nce between us Wlien the autumn came on the fod der was In shock the went her gettln cold and the logs were blazing on thl hearth the farmer and his family antI Josh and I used to sit around the blaze talking and telling yarns That was n happy winter for both Josh andI me We didnt either of us suspect j bat wo were both dead gone on Ruth nor did we foresee what was to happen to break up our pleasant circle Thats tho trouble with pleasant time theres always something that snake them pleasant and ten to one Its th very thing to break up the pleasure Since It Is all over 1 know that what made our enjoyment so keen was Ruth find It was Ruth that spoiled It all not intentionally for as I sail she faII gored neither of us She couldnt kept us two fellows from gradUAlly falling In lure with her if she had wonted to At first Josh and I used to spent about little occurrences concerning with perfect freedom Then we herI to say anything to each other that volved any relation with her and InI Jy we never mentioned her A passed the plcnsantest have ever known and when wed filled the barns and was little to do one day Josh said to meiThereH something I want to say to you Ken The harvest Is ended and It doesnt seem Just right for two strap plug fellows like us to put Farmer Bathgato to the expense of keeping wall winter Theres enough for one to do but not enough for two Its mj opinion hed let one of us go but doesnt Rte to decide between us What do you say to playing a game of seven up to settle which shall got outI reckon theres something In what you say Josh 1 replied In as melan choly n tone as his Hes treated us mighty well and we ought to rcllevi him of the responsibility of sending oft one of us And you and I too Imv been square to each other 1 dont es actly like your plan of playing n gam to find out which shall go for one might have more skill than the other 1 Mink wed better let something else than cards decide between us Sirs Batbgato was making candles this morning Now what do you say to your choosing n candle anti Ichooslnj one out of the same mold and llgutlni them at the same time The ono whose candle goes out first Is to go I think that would be a good wnj to settle It Wo were In our room at tho time we occupied u room together nnd I was going out to get the candles when 1 met Ruth at the door Ive heard what you two have been saying sir sold through the part l tlon and youre right Father docsni need but ono extra hand this winter but be wont send away either of you Ill go down nnd get tile candles nail light them for you Wo were both mightily pleased U bare her do this and whited pntlcntlj 1111 she came back with the candles Would you choose for uaVWO both said at the same moment If you wlfdi me to Placing ii candle before each of ns Phc scratched u nmtcli In each 1mm mid lighted tliom at the xamc moment Then she left the room without II glance nt ulthrr of us The Iallllllt wore slioit nod would burn out lu hit Wean one and two tour Josh and I lilaycd a good many limN of seven up oocuilonally glancing at the rnn dim with apparent unconcern but real ly with KpppreMed nusi ense It wn jiot fib tliey had burned down to with In an Inch of tho vockrt tint I noticed n dlfftrunoo Thru I xnw that my tnn die was horning the slower When Joshs began to tucker there eras itlll Ihrccelghtha of an Inch of mine loft lie bleu It out nut turned away tu Toccjjnl tits feelings I expected Until to show cnnuicTi Merest In which of us was to remain to ask before going jp sleep but she didnt Well I salt 10 myself It doesnt make nay differ epee after all which goes first Well fcotb go soon enough She doesnt want either of us The next day Josh told the farmer that he thought hed look for work lu she city and left us He hall no sooner tone than Ruth began to bestow upon roe little attentions This was quite enough to Induce me to show my feel 4ngB and I met with every encouragement In less than a month after Josb0 departure I was engaged After our engagement I told Ruth the story of how Josh and I had both secretly loved her and how we had set tIed by the burning candles which of tu was to have n clear field I twitted heron the fact that when lighting them she was Ignorant that she was Interested Wot at nil sho replied 101 knew I was thorpbject of your tent and lietorobrlnglngop the candles put twit on the wick of the one I Intended should be yours Salt makes a candle turn slower RULE OF THE ROAD A London Policeman Explained the Matter Very Clearly The flrst lhy In England says an American traveler my heart jumped into my throat several times Riding on top of n bus the driver would always turn toward the left when we were about to pass another vehicle nnd although I knew that that was the English custom I held on tight and got shivers anticipating a colllslot every time One morning I stepper up to n policeman at Kings Cross to get my bearings and as be was dls posed to be talkative I kept him com pray Among other things I asked him whether there was any rule requiring pedestrians to keep to the left No be told me It was only for the roadway that the rule held I then nsked him why it was that in England they always turned to the left whereas lit all other countries the rule was to turn to the right Oh Its very Important to keep to the left he said seriously I knew It was very Important to observe the rule of the road but why turn to the leCt I Yell he said Ill show you Now you come here and be led me to the middle of the roadway You see he continued how the truffle moves along the two sides of the road Yes I saw and a pretty sight It was toon string of all sorts of con veyances coming toward us on our right and another moving away from us on the left as far as the eye could see Well nowand he was very inv presslve suppose you were driving along In the middle here and another kcrrlge was coming the other wy and suppose you turned to the right dont you see you would be getting in the wy of all those vehicles Yes I saw that Well thats why we always turn to the left 01 learned afterward that the bobby expected a tip for all the Information Companlion A ROYAL DESPOT Wurttemberg Prince Who Sold His Subjects Like Cattle Cruel and despotic were some of the petty princes who ruled the father land before the Napoleonic wars swept them owiiy Charles Eugene of Wurt temburg born In 1723 lied In 1793 and during his sixty five years of life tormented his parents his wives and I his subjects Ills first consort Fred crlcka of Beyrouth was worthy of him When entering Vurttembert1 glrllllthem What do those dogs want TheyIThe prince was always short of money and sold 0000 of his subjects to Rug land to raise the wind He took the poor wretches from the fields clapped a uniform on them and sent them to their destination as If they were cattle Once he called all tho young men of a lIIallIof the English heroes against the say ages of the continent No reply was made for the moment Then n number of the youths stepped forward and one of them said Ve do not want to be sold like sheep The prince promptly gave orders for two of them to be seized put against n wall and shot at once Then while the blood was running from the mutilated bodies of the two unfortunates the prince by divine right said Run away You see I do want to Impose my will on you I Illot of your welfare like a father does of his children You want to fight by the side of them valorous Rug Ilbh All consented Schiller heard his t tell this story and he himself related It In n scene of ono of his plays IPhil Mays Drawings Ihll tiny wus popularly KiippoAcd to lie tho lightning artist i tsar exctilUwe of England It Is quite true tint lie could draw tinny wonderful things sirnluht off But when a subject hell been cliown for a Punch Illustration many drawlngH were node tram a motel or models who first hail i to In discovered Ily a prwostt nf KC lection curb drawing of tho subjett lion fewer hues When tin drawing urns published most of those who looted nt It thought thut It lad been Untie with n few rapid strokes of the ivbereas It probably represehrerl a weeks hard work London News Bank of England Watchers When you enter the Hank of Eng land by any door four pairs of eyes watch you though you are unaware of this tact Situated close to the doors are hiding places In which are tour guardians of the bank You can not see them but they can watch you with the aid of reflecting mirrors In which they cnn see your entrance and exit nnd every movement from the time you enter the portals of wealth to the moment you leave them Her Version Mr Highbrow It was Mlcbelet 1 believe who observed that woman le- the salt of mans life Miss Keen Quito true Young men arent half so fresh after they get married Boston Transcript History Revised The Professor Wlnt was It defeated Loonldns nt Thermopylae The Bright Student Thcv new rules llo held the pass too long Cleveland PlaIn Dealer i 11Lj t i AN UNSOCIABLE COTe What Mr Thomas Thought of the Crowd In New York air Thomas crammed a fresh stick of birch Into bis little stove and closet the door which John Arnold had left ajar on his entrance Tho tiny shoe shop thus became air tight Then the proprietor replied to Johns question of what he thought of New York I can tell ye In mazing few words he said Its considerable of a place Lots doing an splendid big buildings I an schools on churches au nil that They think theyre some puuklua too Au I aint saying that there nln plenty of real smart ones there Spite of all that though I call cni kind o ignorant besides being cold in their mannersI to know I commcntcdJohn visibly impressed by this recital Ill tell ye continued Mr Thomas Brother Toms boys office isdown near tho big Brooklyn bridge dud I used to go down there and set n good deal while my wife visited with his wife up in Harlem Wbon It come what they calll rush hour I used to go down stand on the bridge au watch em passing by hundreds of cmon their way home an I got to feel real friendly an to know lots of em by sight But Mr Thomas paused Impredqlvcly but although I didnt miss an aft noon whilst I was there an that WUl two weeks nary ono o them men ever give me a single glance of recognition- It want my place to speak first mp being a stranger an they home so to speak I want going to push myself but 1 tell ye what John two or three times I had to hold on to myself to keep frtto telling of em Just what 1 thought of sufb onfrlcndly ways I Why says I to Brother Tomi boy hqv lanj do you spose one o them would be nt Tunkctt Corners be fore we knew him well enough tq nod to an found out his nameYouths Companion Tongue Charms The tongues of animals have been and are still In saute parts of the world favorite amulets A tongue cut from a living fox Is said to ward on disease of all kinds but as the person carrying one will surely die it he happens to meet a fox nt any crossroads the charm Is seldom used The tongue I of the vulture plucked out with Iron and hung about a mans neck In a new cloth will bring him what he desires and some East Indians bellcvo that Jr they do not blto off thu tip of the tongue of any wild animal they kill they will not have good luck in hunt ing London TltBltsIA Mean Man I TommyPop n tr fti t a bachelor until he gets marriw fcnt he Tom mVs PopYes mr sou Tommy Ant what does ho callW self Afterword Tommy Pops Id bato to tell you my son Philadelphia Record The Chair of Torture The most prominent building in the ancient city of Kurcuiburg Is the cas tie Ono of its two towers was used for torture tho other served as a prison The castle also contained a museum of horrors until it was pur chased by tho Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot lu whose possession these relics now lie One of these was tin chair of torture It was very heavily made nnd studded over the seat and at the elbows with blunt topped spikes To It the victim was tightly bound and In n short time disconifort begat to manifest Itself and hi time became unbearable During Its contliumuct the torture was Increased In veml- ways by means of wedges being pissed between the legs and screws applied to the thumbs until theyTbc Ban to bleed A One Man Jury A tailor who was defendant hin case tried In court seemed muclijcnst down when brought up for trial Whats the trouble whlspcredhls counsel observing Mils clients distress as he surveyed the Jurymen J It looks pretty 1m d for mejsald the defendant unless Paine utopstm1 taken to dlsuilnu that Jury and get inn new lot There aint a mot atnjjjrigg Via but what owls me Inoueyj for lolhos R t Anything but That j Llttlo John Its the y lunge t gt a family of fjvo toys One day Mili itItI could curl her bar anti makesugh- pretty llhlo dresses for her Don1 you wish you wore a little g fl John grunted dlsgustedlr1Viy mother he raid7ild rather Vb most any other kind of an anlmal you could mention than a girl v cry1FOR CASTO R A Now and Then Out under the trees roldR- ena was amusing one year = old ohnnle A man noticing their merry antics halted to ask Is tha baby a boy or a girl Rena clutching her abbreviated skirts scrambled to- her feet excited nt the astonishing news she had to communicate and announced uItij a girl now but iqnima says that when U gets big its going to b6 nboyo Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAI QUIp a PILLS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood andmakc you feel like a new man i4 A ReliablrRiktifFPR CATArtKHElys 1 It absorbed Cites Rellel at Once It cleanses soothes protectsthe brano resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCoId in tho Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and 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Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new prize offers THE McCAIX CO 81 to 211 W S71h SL NEW YORK fc J R el Estate FrS le A four room bouse in Hartford lo= caned on the Pike 35 acre lot splendid wl of soft water plen ty of fruit for small family This Is a deeirable piece of property A nwe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house four room cot tage a good awe barn Desirable lo cation 182 acreS of upland known ns the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear RunS ore 100 acres In splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots cxf good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at email mining town in Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition in bulnesss For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out buildIng orchard plenty of water 40 acres in Umber balance in good state of cultivation I IA tract ot land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwestof Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres in cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and oua building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm I A tract ot land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of SUlphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres in nor toms two barns and dwelling well kept and in good condition We dont own tho property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose Is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge if no sale Is effected List your properly with us or It you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known r OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 131 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 Tin RKPTULICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE JKEPUBUOAH Mud flatly uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 11s THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1OC Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN +++1+ 4+++ ++4+++++++++d44 +++++++++ ++444+14 I THE KENTUC- KYLghtauolder I fo INCORPORATED IIIlbb WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST I ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN 4 HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULDr BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH EG BARRASS Manager 1 a4NN4iiiitlFt4H 4wl4F4wFi4 i SURE CURE For All iefST- OMACH LIVER KIDNEYS 4- n lzIckellef and Curefor Mead ache fltctl obeDlzzlnen IndlUstlo111f llakrlatc R 3D11ec t ryjt t Oh1o Ccnlzty y Circuit Court T F Blrkliead JUdge J Ben D Bingo Atrtotwey1Y 4L FJener t t- lnlFellxMaster1 1 ley Tsuitee Jury Fund nD Martin Hartford DepuUs A Bri Ste W C Ashley JW Martin Oran Pollard Court convenes fir- stMoii March and August and con tlnuetf three weeks and third moudaj tin May and November two weeks r 1 County CourtW B Taylor Judgev W S Tinsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene first Monday In each month iMondaytober i Court of claimsConvenes first TIres day ln January and on the flrat Tuesday in October Other Officers N Moxley Sujveyor Hhreve S W Leach AssesBor RJnoy James DeWeeseSchool Superlnteni ent Hartford Jerome Allen Cordnet JingocJUSTICES COURTS- J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 2i June 23 September 21 December Z- W P Miller Horse Branch March 26 June IS September 25 December 26 W S Lean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 26 December 27 W n Edge Fordsvllle March 2SJono 2 September 27 December 28 D S Chamberlain BedaMarch 29 June 25 September a December 29 Herbert Render Cent rtownMarcll AL30 June 29 September 23 December JO Jchn H Miles Kockport March 110 June SX September 30 December Jr HARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J S Gt auClty Attorney W M Hudson Marshal Court convenes second Monday in each monthCity CouncllJ H Williams Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treas urer R E L Simmerman C M Bar nett E E Blrkhead Wayne Griffin HooKer Williams and Krncst Ellis School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J S Glenn W R TinsleyC M Barnett and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church South Services third Sunday In each month at 11 n m and 7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray evenIngRevBaptist ChurchServices held Satur+ day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening- C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 n m and 7 p m Rev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthp 01 Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor AHartford I flIV j Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every4 third Saturday night in each month RoscooRenderHartford Chapter No 84 0 E Smeets on 2nd und 4th Monday evening HetUeRileyRough River Lodge No 110 Kntghtf of Pythias meets every Tuesday night E B Pendleton C C Roscoe Render K ot R and S tHartford Tent No 119 K O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pfijjdlcton Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third MrsEkeeperPreston Morton Post No 4 O X nholds regular meetings Saturday bs AshfordAdjt Ohio Tribe No 1S8 Imp Order Rod Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights in each month C Eo Morrison Baalim A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I 0 O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N B B D ScJiroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No Zt1881 raeoca 1st Saturday night In each month Noah BltDges Pies W Do Luce SecTitos OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers- C O DRAYTON Pres Greenville Ill DowUngGrrena D KUMP Sea Tress Indiana polis State Officers J C CANTR1LL Pres Georgetown 1C S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky I CAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky 0 E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky EsmoATIONJKy NoC Ashley Hartford R FJ I e2 J A Belamy WihiteByllle J flNoFD5 RiohardPlummerTayorfdluse C Browi1Rockporrt oj rLEBTRiBlnIRS I Th best tonic quratlT UMedicloe fe these iitea 30a GUaraa t- a r 4 f R i 1 LI CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS x Of Kentucky Wool Growers District Unton Num ber One ARTICLE I Soc 1 T4e name of this organization shall bo The Kentucky Wool Growers DIstrict Union No 2 of the American SOclety of EquIty of North shorttTNo 0 It Sec 2 The object of thIs DistrIct Union shall be for the moro economical and proUtablo marketing of the products of sheep husbandry mean ing wool mutton live cr dressed and lambs by the putting into force such rules for the preparation tcorlng mill marketing as may best servo the purpose of the organIzatIon ARTICLE U See 1 This distrIct union acknowl edges tall allegiance and loyalty to the American Society of Equity of North AmerIca and no person shall be admitted to he a Ulwmber of thIs District t1nlon who Js not a member la good standing of the said A S of E- Sec 2 This District Union acknowledges itself subordhmte to the Wool k Gruwers Department of the American Society of Equity when the sumo shall have been tanned and agrees to support the same by Its just share I of the expenses of maintaining the saId Wool Growers Department Sec 3 Any memhel of the American Society of Equity In good standing shall be entitled to membership In this District Union wltlllut cost pro vided he Is engaged In the occupation In whole or In part of sheep hus bandry and desires to accept the benefits this District Union may she him by pooling and plodghug his Products thereto and by accepting this WillingrlO trict Union shall llC vcscd in a hoard of directors cunslstlllg of one menbell Kenolturkybelonging to this District Union the 1f nmhnaUttn and election of said meat hers of the said hCIIIIl ot directors being vested exclusively In the mem bers from said county Sec 2 All nienibers of the hoard of directors shall be elected for a term of OJIO year or until the next lar nnnual meeting of the DistrictI Union Should from any cause the membership In the Dlsrlct Union In any county fall below ten In numI hr the office of the member of the bunrd ot directors front suld county t snail become at once vacant and so remain till the said county haU again havo ten or more members wiiereupe- a new member ot the board Ifilirec ors for that county limy he chosen Provided a momh r of the ovsid or directors Is iouud to be tnooum wtent- is shall he the duty of till 1Soald I t dlrectcrs to notify the county Union which elected hUn and said County Union shall depcso stud member and sleet a member to take the placo a- tsd deposed member Sec 3 The members of the board N directors shall nt their first mI I thug after each nnnual meet lag of the District Union choose ere of their number for preslI dInt ono for vice president and ono for stcretartrens tier to serve for n period of one gcar or until the next annual meetlug- It the District Union They shall ale choose a district manager for such tame and at such compensation as they may agree upon It shall be lawtul for either the president or vice presl dput to ho chosen as district manager but It shall not ho lawful to elect the- secretarytreasurer to the said offIce The compensation of said directors shall not exceed 3 a day and necessary expenses while In actual service Sec 9 The secretarytreasurer and the district manager shall give good and sufficient bond for the faithful handling of such finds as may conic Into their hands and tile peeforntatco of their work ARTICLE IV Sec 1 Once each yeartowlt on Ue second Thursday In December ot- t each yearI general meeting of the Dstrlct Union shall be held at such place as may he disignated by the board of directors to which nil mem berg of the A S ot E who are interested In sheep husbandry shall be privileged to attend and discuss for their Interests such matters as mar be proposeti for the betterment of theIr marketing system and their gen eral welfare In slumping true buai- uess of the District UnIon the annual meeting shall have supremo power but nQ person shall ho entitled to Vote unless ho is II membor of record ot the DIstrict Union and In good standing In the Ameelean society of Equity Sec 2 Also nt the same time and place of the annual meeting the hoard of directors shall meet and transact such business us may lJe lawful for It to do A majority of the monlbors of the board shall be a quorum and nu thorized tt act ec 3 A member of the board ot directors shall serve for one year or until his successor shall have ben to elected and qualified Sec 9 The secretarytrensurer and the district manager sha reculvo for their services such compensation us may ho fixed by the Uoardof directors the compensation of secrotarytrens mer not to exceed 3 II day ex- cornthees actual service and shallItor actual sorviee Npthing- shhih JHr sp construed as to mead that person Shall draw twl0 coon peJ8 tJonS tSecG The Ward ofdlrcctors shall lgake such rules for the huslnessjof the Distrlet Union as shall boi i Barr for the proper efficient economical and prompt transaction thereof ARTICIE V The reveflue to thIs District Union shall be 1 cent n pound on wool and 2 per cent of the receipts from the sales of sheep mutton or lambs This assessment shall comprlso the entire limit or IISSCISUlcnt for the support ot this District Union Sec 2 The revenue of this DIs trict Union shall be divided for the lurlOSO of maintaining Its work promoting organization und making moro permanent the marketing benefits ns follows Onetenth shall go to the sutlortat the State UnIon of the American So clety of Equity of Kentucky CountyUnlunsfrom sold counties- Twotenths shall go to time support of the Department Union supportIOfUntil said tqarment Union Is form ed the twotenths of the revenue ot the DIstrict Union above sot apart for DepartmentUnion providedhowDistrict Union exceed the expenses ot said DIstrict Union they shall revert to the orgauization tutu of Uw Kentucky State Union or the American Society of Equity ARTICLE VI bylawsannual meeting ot the District Union slleIalwhich a proposal to amend shall be mentioned In the call for such meeting BYIAWS Sec 1 Special meetings ot the District Union ntay lIo called nt the lleasuro of the president or hy the written request of five members of the district board of directors Sec 2 The board of directors shall meet all the call of the presidont or otherwise nil members having been ntJrled by mall wire o phone or other usual method at least five days prior to date of said meeting It may also meet by IIdJournftlent to any date sikcllted Sec 3 All moneys coming Into the hands ot the UAtrlct Union shall he made payable to l10ol Growers ttniun No 2 A S ot L d All moneys paid out shall ISt check un hank signed by both president and the secre- turytreasurer Sec Ii The board of directors shall make a public report of Its work nt lest once a year and as much oftener ns tIe DIstrict UnIon when asseai bled may direct- AN EXPENSIVE WITNESS IN LAWSUIT Came From Alaska By Dog- Team and Cost Over X3000- Probably the biggest mileage sum ever paid to a witness In an ordinary case will be glen to M D rttaoywho testified nt the trial ot Ed war1 Ilnsey here Many of the Witi nesees have been brought from grant distances by the Government 1Ior- tlssey who last year was a for the GOelumont this witnessI subpoenaed by the defense nt GS miles within the Arctic circle and i had a most hazardous journey In or sotljlance of abort 700 miles Morrissey who Is n boyish looking young fellow apparently not out of his twenties made the trip by dog team with an lndian guide following time man trail They started out with seven logs and arrived lit Ft GIbson with four these tour with feet badly frozen From Ft Ollison the route led to Fairbanks thence to Valdez and tOm Valdez to Juneau Morrissey wlll he entitled to approximately 3000 In mileage tees alone besides his tees as a witness Speaking or the coun try Morrissey Coldfoot Is lIahlIBeatles at the 30 miles from Nolan Creek to which latter creek operations are practically confined Title Is the first year In whIch machinery has been operated In title district It Is estimated that Johnson S James have taken out at least 100000 so far this season The country is very hard of access expen- slvo to live In aid very Spotted There Is little worktor wages and then for only 6n day and board The case which grew out of the alleged rioting at Keystone Canyon nearly two years ago Is based upon one of the four tndlctmens returned against Hasey Ho was tried on one of these Indictments ut the last term of the Court and found not guilty The failure to ponvlct was In large I treasure attributed td inefficient prose cutlon and the Government refused to drop the cases though the testlmpny wtll be much the same If Hessey js tried on nil four Indictments QPICKS PILlS For Liver Ills- Saves Doctors Bills f1 c f HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN TOWN By Advertising In Barometer Of local Industry The Newspaper If a member of your family died would you prlut the resolutions un o billboard It your wife entlrtained would you send an aClQllllt ot It to tho time ntro program man If you were going to enlarge your business would you advertise It Inn hotel register If you were gOing to have n wed ding ht your family would you get out a handh1l You would sand such Items to a newspaper wouldnt you Then why dont you put your ad vertisements In a nOIVSIIIIler- 7ertlsements In a newspaper Every man who USes a billboard Is adding to nature faking Every dollar spent In a theatre pro gram Is n register In a directory or In II handbill Is n legitimate dollar taken away from time newspapers of your town The Newspapers builds your town Why not help to build up time lIe8111- Jels There Is no better Ider Ise meat In the world for a town than a hood newspaper A Newspaper It the barometer of the twous industry Show me a good newspaper lull of advertising and we will show you a town full of live merchants Dlllboards are an oyesore handbills are a nuisance theatre programs are worthlessl hotel regllllers front till advertising standpoint are rill culoul Newspapers are town builders town advertisers fortune makers news tils- perlty forecnstos They arc t neeas city not Il luxury They must hl maintained Without them we would retrograde to thrumediaeval days Dont patronize them from a chari table standpoint Patronize them because they deliver the goolfgthlt Is If they are the right kind Cut out the foolishness and work for tho upbufldhtg of your town and state by upbuildhig your newspapers- Mlnneapolls l1nn Star PresIdent Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have ben helped by the Iresident of The Industrial and Orphans home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Elec- trlc Bitters In this Institution for excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We nnrcl It ns one time best family medidnse on earth It Invigorates the vital or gnus purifies the blood allls digestion creates appetite hd strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people It line no equal Beet for female complaints Only SOc nt all druggists nn It is Strange A mother father and small child wore oallllg supper when the child who had been thinking real hard looked up amid suld Mamma you was horn in Maine pupa was born In Idaho and I was born In Chicago ulnt It funny how we all got together MENDEN HALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed What They LookThe little boy had heen given oyster stew for dinner The oysters were unusually largo After peering Intent ly Into the bowl for sense time he looked up Into his mothers taco and said I dont like hoppytoa- dsDontGeta Dlvorco A western judge granted a dlvoco on account ot l11temper and bad breath Dr Kings New Life PUIs would have prevented It They cure Constipation cncslllg bad breath and Liver Trouble the UItemper dispel colds banished hdadaches conquo chills 25c at all druggists m Bardwell Barnard BREEDERS OF DUROG JERSEY SWINE You can buy in your own county animals that are the equal in individuality and breeding toanyin the world Visit ornt them atMcHer ry lty I I e 1- a t r- r Each of the chief or gene of the body isa link in the Chain of Life A chain is n- ostronger than Its weakest link time body ao stronger than Its weakest organ If there is weakness of stomach liver or lungs there is a weak link in the chain of life which may snap at any time Often this soealled weakness Is caused by lackof nutrition the result ofweakness or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Diseases and DrPicreeswhichII other organs of digestion and nutrition are cured also mrThe strong man has Q strong stomach Tatro the above recommended DscuIl14 cry and you may havo Q strong stom Dch and a strong body 1t GIVEN AWAvDr Pierces CommonSense Medical Adviser new revised Edition is sent fret on receipt or tamps to pay thehooklime Address Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y u I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theoSignatureI of 1- 111j Use jv For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE CCNTAUN COMPNY rw VOaa cm U r G Qp p orGET OUR PRICESr 0I j Barre and wine Graniteslr1 C and Vermont I iItalian STATUARY WORK U Z= == = I THE THOMAS MONUMENTAL hr SVOII- KSDartford P JI GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3P000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors hy not accepting that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you SHORTHAND per cent of the United States Court Report write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain aU call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRRUGRONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE + tsconronarxuj- FYANSVJIiE PAltASf1V liFJST QUi SPRIt GF11LDjDlE tfCII9 I Des1otColor the HairI AVERS HAIR VIGOR Stops railing hair An Elegant Dressing Destroys Dandruff Makes Hal GrowI j Composedof Sulphur Glycerin Qulnln Sodium Chlorld CapSlctml gage Alcohol Water Perfume Ask your doctor his opinion of such a hall preparation I AVERS HAIR VIGOR I I 1tI 1t 1PW D lrSClYnii0ile- C tL lAssaT C EBYrrt BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY t ill practice their profession In all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court ot Appeals Special attention given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tire ot Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republlcan building FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLawHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Criminal practice and Collections n Specialty Office In thu liar RIll building R R WEDDIN- GAttorney at Lair HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Proecutea claims for pensions Ltc Collections promptly attended to- Alan Notnry Yuhik for Oho county- fflce over Williams Drill litore- M IV1111111tAlli IIiIA V1tiN lmmsl HEAVRIN WOODWARD CfC S t- trQ W HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In nit the courts of Ohio county end Court ot Appeals Speelal attention glv- en criminal prsettee and collections Ot flee next door to Dank ot Hartford YANCY L MOSLEM ATTOllXEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his protesslon In all the DOnntleitary Public Office over First Nnlluna1 Unnlc- W II IAIINIiS S A ANpE1150a BARNES ANDERSON MiorafyS anj Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned nnnonnco that they hl1o formed n PlulnerMhlp or the practice ot laaw In nil courts State nod Fed oral with offices eolith side of Main street opposite Court louse llurlCord- Ky Abstracting Titles and IltIrntlo0 affectIng Titles to trial Estate will be- tlven spcclal attention Notary In office W II D1ltNE8 S A ANU1CnlION IIIII i II WI Lo i WILSON CROWi- ELAWYERS HARTFORD KY nUIthe courts of Ohio and adjoining coup ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given so criminal jlraCUle and to coleeticns ornCo on opposite Court House alld TRAOE MARKS Promptly obtlnd In allnnlrlorllut o THAT PAY ulrertUethemthorouQhlyptour arpenre and elp you to wrens send model pAulu or sketch for FREE report uPASSINOnook on Proatsble istents write t- o6O3etO5 Soventh Streut- WASHIN9TON D C u n KIL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGI WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR 1fooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOR- OiL MONEY REFUNDED IPRQCURED O mJmod1 rer1J1JdfrerWrt- Yr w drMv how to obula tentl trde 1UaIU- lOl rlstaaek IN ALLCOUN1RIES Lhrlurrs Jitt with 11 aRiseton sateC rf u an1 tAe afmS EztlslrolywriteGU vialI street on Vnttd elates Meal one WASHINGTON D C r l f r I S + ASUCGESSFUL I GOMVENTION foHeldday Schools Large Number of Delegates a Idb Visitors Enjoy a Splen did Programe The Ohio County Sunday School Convention held In Hartford to Thursday und Friday was a success in ovary particular There was a larg tr attendance than ul any previous meeting of the Association Thirty six schools wero represented There were eight ministers twelve superln tundenta and twentytwo teaciers presentThe program was followed closely as to time fund subjects and there wer tow who failed lo respond to the IrZparts Some very interesting talks were miide tho burden of the r marks being the work and of the Sunday School RoK ils from tho different schools showed that the i majority of them wero in splendid working condition The importance of improvement was not lost sight of however In nay case The illustrated lecture of Rev T C Gobauer on Thursday night on S The Life of Paul was well uttcudau nnd highly enjoyed Ample provision was made fur the visiting delegates and nit wont away well pleased with their RevenlertllinmentIpastor at cnsboro nnd son of Judge T F OwI head although out on the ire rangtd progitun was present and gao two very Interest ing talks ouo 0111 The Organised Adult Bible Class to rand the otter on Value of Teacher Training Ills remarks wero highly Instructive and touch appreciated The report of the nominating com antes was received and the following ensuIIngtus of Beaver Dune Vice President W R Cnrnnn Hartford Secretary R and Treasurer Miss May Taylor flea SIAJohn W Taylor Adults 0 L Shult- Vlsltatkn ofMrs Maggie Griffin Orm panlzntlon P D Twcddoll Edtica BatiunnltaTheing thorn were as followstJHartford Methodist Rev Virgil El gin C M Barnett E P 10010tlHurtfonl ItaptlHt Miss Mary Keown E E Rhoads Mtseo Lizzie OBaunou 10 Josk and licBtiio Carpentur Hartford PjIihylollllul1e T C Wllion I Willlfiiis DJhneaAlias Myrtle Miller get John Mllfcr and wife S A ateund wife and Miss Llllle Craddock Waltuuk CrookNo G Kuynwidoll Hickory itkfget D tarns Simmons Union Dr T C McCa Sty Q li Brown C A Smith C M son IHvwn Miitfui Xadu and Annie Car as tat Ural Vitw CL Norton RL larls1 Clear RnnT K Park Row and Mm R K Fuqua J G Jones T C Patk Marvins Chapel Mollle Renfrow 1 T Davis Mrs Lone Acton WOhClark by Btavor Dum Methodist D L Miller also jjWcslyUerta Ward Cecil Park Misses Ilelva wjWeststrNarrowsMrsJ lofEnstTaylorwi wellShinkle Chnpul BS and SH Hodr ardker Concord MrsFlorence Allen Jamc3Se Allen Jerome CromwollUrAllonIBethelMrs Eunice Thomas Central Grove Mrs Thomas Wll Ikll hums L B loney Mt 2lon James LeachcelHopowcll Rev R D BennettmoWasUSngton G J Jones Walter Al tenBarnetttt4lreekJT Patton way Liberty Horace Taylor Bcda Mrs Iaura McKlnney McHenry Mrs Claude Maddox E T Maddox and wife Pleasant Ridge MrsMary Williams I Sclz Sulphur Springs Ozna Shulcz I Rev H CFord haWthMtitThowas a cood Itttentlunct OH rtfordI pcaple All Invitation from Dam WJW revolved pnd bt B y vote It was decided to bold the ConIn I ventlon at Beaver Pain next yearv By a like vote the thanks of the Con vention were tendered to the people of Hartford for the kind reception and entertainment given tho delgates by the people here Also a vote of thanks vas given to tho two Hart rd newspapers for the largo amount space given the convention and all Sunday School work At the sugg tlon of Rev H C Ford of the Ghr flan Church the Convention came to n close Friday evening at 4 voclock singing God be With You Till Wo Men Agaltn Dr E W Ford tho retiring Pre ent of the Association made an presiding officer and carried things along In an admirable man Her He hnsdoue much good n workSt of the county and his services np ares predated for their great Ho wants It understood however that he Is still In active service Mr J H B Carsons work as s rotary of tho convention was faith and entirely satisfactory A Combination That is One Sure O King has taken office svl M essrs Sumner Blackwell over ti DIlosslog ccfiey are deeds certify to your affidavits to your deposition or the old man w sell you out at auction If you BO desire This official aggregation em braces a deputy sheriff deputy coun ty clerk two notaries secretary of the ate Board of Equalization licensedIctioneer secretary of the of L and president of the Green JUerI association of ExFederal a 2 under pre roof and in one stn office Muhlenburg Argus to Road OverseerskINotice of the Fiscal Court tho overseers of roads in tho Hartford Magisterial district are hereby warneda have their roads In good condl lion by August 1st or I shall be com in yelled to report them for prosecution Some sections of the road are in such ed condition that they must be fixed ho even before that time on Respectfully kEB Com Hartford District Duroc Herdrll to Dorocs010zI the greatest Duroc herds of the as present day Is owned Bardwell larnardr was much surprised at the quail of this herd although I have nt vended many sales where these gOIlUI bought top stuff They born careful in their selections Individual merit and 11Thowhich era by Model Top winner of Ihlt third at Des Moinos clot second In of save alto first at holltuckHI Fair 1P03 Ills litter mate IsCItof oneiaca und his pigs are as near alike jilt peak In a pod being very fancy good colors good bOlO and plenty orIII EIirepeat but Is a sire second to none Other gcod Utters are by the oth herd lvasUhlu CUes Banner by io Chief and Proud Advance Again Proud Advance These boars are aim proving themselves valuable sires ssrs Bardwell Barnard also have ee litters by Prince of Cols Notch dam litter mate to Proud Zeda nuttier litter Is by High Chic f wj 1 y Prince of Cols The pigs are cd equlmmellt11s In size with shade and clover and class water These gentlemen ll hold a fall sale Nov G 909 at the ich time they will otter a riotcoto wf stuff at auction Readers of watch the Bulletin as It W- Iep you informed as to the herd e adDuroc Bulletin ISincere Thanks the heartteIIt d friends for their attentions and yore kindnesses shown us during the r- nt illness and death of our dear ther Mrs Nancy King May tho Lord reward them in His own good and we assure thorn that we always ready to servo them in areI needful hour Respectfully THE CHILDREN of Hartford Ky July 24mlDentistry MeDrve opened a dental office over the ofpublican tillc In Hartford e latest methods In dentistry T rk is done as nearly painless as p 4eIboroGas admlnlsttred if you t rier HiIat prices and guar to I your body r IkL FEARFUL WRECK ON L H ANDS111L Cars Breaks Loose a aCrash Into Passengers t It t fOne Dead and Five Others In rsljuredWas Hauling BaVA last fornew Roadte DEADIn z Tllden Moirlson ot Fatclsvll brother of Mr C E Morrison Hartford one leg badly crushcd ho died from the shock at 230 oclo Sunday morningB ecTiU INJURED tutEdward Monahon of Irvlngto luc ton foreman head cut on both sides and left collar bone brokenalso whole left side rind shoulder badly bruised Charles Chamberlain of Irvlrigion jamop from cab I lrvlngtonIreman Jumping urTwo passsengcrs named Somme ilvllle from Ixiuisville slightly Injur One man dead five people I jredI one fatally an engine reduced to scrap Iron and five cars torn in I wlfCltIonI Louis railroad at Askln station at oclock Saturday afternoon filallof Adklns rounded ti1Dh A2Istation Engineer Chamberlain saw two cars loaded with rock ami scud ballast bearing swiftlY down upon him The train was running IItl high rate of speed In ordpr nude the grade Tho engineer saw an Instant that there flee uoc chance to avert a collision He to Fireman Cla comb to Jump II reversed the throttle and fire the air brakes In an Instant th heatily loaded cars crashed into thofto IICOIIIJUVO j Tim crash came while the two traln men were leaping through the all Sfwtlnn Foreman Monahon who was in the cub did not have time juiiip and was caught in the wreck thBrnkawmtg In a box car near tho engine The ear was reduced to splinters and Morrison was held beneath the timbers taken out in an unconscious con he6evcre false badly wrecked and let track The passenger coach TO ninlrnl on the truck nnd no ono In coach was seriously injured Two patsiiigois from Louisville named Somnifcrvlllc were thrown against a oat and lightly injured The wrick was caused liy two rs breaking loose from the engit the top of tho grade The cars weiu being loaded with ballast for new Miidlsonvillc Hartford and astern railroad There were five on the string Suddenly the coupling gave way on the third ca saorto trade ky The workmen knowing that it was Ht time for the regular train ran of frantically otter tho core but to no avail Tho cars gained In speed at every turn of tho wheels and had gone nearly n mile when the bond be reached mid the pilot of the mix train coma Into view Workmen nt tho steam shovel were plain view of the collision an rushed to tho rescue of the Injured tralnmcn They were placed aboard work train engine and conveyed FOld vllle five miles distant All tho physicians In Fordsvlllo tree 11Mumtnorrd und Dr W F Stlrman o Owcnsboro was also culled to Fords vllle It was found that Section Foreman Monahon hnd sustained severe cuts on head and his chest was alsoof crushed Ho Is now in the Owens bore City Hospital and despite his se Injuries Is thought to be Ira theel When Brakeman sahoveryCIrear tho shock at 230 oclock Ho was n heather of AIrC Morrison of Hartford and also of Messrs Albert Morrison nnd Wlnfleld tho latter a policeman pf Owensboro Jack and Harry Morrison FordsvlJle and Will Morrison o nephewoholAttornoy t and a slater Mrs J H Bur = resides at Oklahoma City Okl s s father and mother Mr fund Mrs N Morrison reside at Fordsvlll- Mr Morrison was 32 yours old Th Zwas burled at 1100 oclock Ilea a t L I r- Tildeday morQlnsyin Fordavlllo n bel fib the lla Onta Lodgearid was also a knight Templar About 15 or 20 of the Knight Templars of Ow enetioro pals1 bearers FirelJured when they Jumped from the cab However both were badly bruised about the lower limbs The wreck created excitement at Fordsvllle and where the tr siainmenlar Everything possible was dotr the Injured trainmen by the at nding physicians MANDA 2SMr Wilson and thjlen1Place this week werokeck and family Sunday Miss Susan Monroe Is visiting her brother Mr Willie Monroe near Hor ton Mr and Mrs Sam Rnfferty rlsltaMr Tolbert Miller near Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Lon McSherry are visiting relatives at this place this leweekMr W N Miller and family mica Beaver Dam visited Mr J F Bed SundaydMrs Ann Norman Select Is visit relatives at this place this week JAllof C R Campbell deceased will please settle at once and all persons hay ing claims against said estate will hoeCrowe Hartford Kentucky by the jjbojMRS C R CAMPBELLwi Administratrix mplreIBerlin und the hub of the German 1empire This magnificent boulevard thnsa trees Berliners equalDc It is lined on either side with m- agnificentm hotels restaurants and denIkn IiHouso plat stands the magnificent re m of Frederick the Groat which Is worthy of the real founder of United Germany To the right of is monument is the palace of tho byPrincethe Opera platz Is occupied by the buildings of the University of Berlin and next to It stands the Royal lib IlltIry which viola that at the British n both In Its size and the numlr of volumes It contains Thera ott naut i Spoiled His TasteIA friend of mine said a Montana man Is defending a damage suit torIIbeing n party to malting a man tnltefie consentThis lioeness was going to the dogs My frienddethought It would be a kindly send him to a sanitarium for treat ment He did so and the man was given tho cure for tho whisky habit wernitarium the first thing be did wasso go to a saloon lie called for whis lie tasted It but did not lone the saver of it He set his distaste It down to the cure be had beendegiven by my friends orders and dlately began suit for oO000 dam ages He says In hIs complaint that sea tied a highly cultivated end tits whichhad the was spoiled by the cure I do nottc oudn IconsentNew Rings ae a ProtectionIIgI used to be a abfftmarried totbement ring and then quite as a course tbweddingdcrstund It at first but now Ive y womenink Mj84momotlfeyr I tandconversation 1 learned that tbo buDevidently thought If her daughter was protected by her rings shed not bo so abFunny Suntr I Quite Natural That play had some very natural touches v i Drama of domestic life eh 1 Yes they hodti new servant In neact a act Louisville CourierJournal I Jr ry THE F V ftSEiNE It Is the Mot Pleturotqut of th Highway of Paris Wchave bc frd almost top much of the streets of Parts and not enough of that street pleat distinctive allthe riper Seine Flowing througbtlle city tor six miles It Is a highway with its bateaux mooches Its bridges and quayii Of n dark night the Seine m seem to lugubrious fancy time symbol of death In the citys life abounding murky death tnt Inky crime oozy at lent wickedness Yet eve Jthelights everywhere lights lengthened niCondergcrlethings fairer than their originals It Is better to look upon tho eddying r thanato st tho C bright with Its orange lamps In hone of an auto show The on the Seine and Its Images are more alluringI more innately of fairyland and IarlllI than the gilded boulevards tliatIfinds It a paradise for miles bove the city and there are ever such fishermen as Maupassants Rennrd Line flshlng Is more than a mild sport at Paris Even to watch its devote seems to amuse your true Parisian A gend tells us that In the commune days when the Hotel de Vllle was Intlkto r sued their pastime imperturbable e And the tale seems likely enough as the saunterer watches the fisher folk whose leisure may be envied more an their occupation and who are und not on the city quays alone but the ban lieu where the Seines green bank Is dabbed with villages In brown and red and gray and where one stops to watch the peasants bathe their rses in the stream Itself rubbing them down soon afterward by the riv ers brink Within the city there are men who clip poodles on the quay d higher book ami picture th their merchants anil shlttlnjtI groups of bargain huntersthe Odeou arcade for new books the riverside forA cuoldScrlUnora ASTRONOMY on Is Its Exactness Illustrated by the Dlstlcovery of Neptune There is perhaps no more strllan illustration of the power or ethod than that relating to the dill retort of Neptune in 14C The planet Uranus until then the outerwo- own stafford member of our solar system i fused to follow the path computed for It by mathematical astronomers a With the progress of time the discrep ancles between Its predicted and ob served positions grew constantly larger al until In the early clgbtecnfortlcs discordance amounted to fully sere tyflvo seconds of arc This Is a sou angle not more than onctwcntyilfth angular diameter of our moon et1svery largo angle to refined astron omy for u discrepancy of two second would have been detected with ease puUranuscourse by the attractions of an uiulLs ten covered planet still farther from tU till than itself Adams In 113 cmii Verricr In 18J5 Independently a1ll1nl each without knowledge of the others attacked the then extremely dl problem of determining time proximate orbit masa and position oat t undiscovered body whose attrac ns should produce the perturbations all served Regrettable and avoidably lays occurred In searching for the planet after Adams results were com ceOcloberre communicated to time Berlin In September lNJ with tU request that a search be made ThCol NeyP ne was on first evening at It was looked for less than one gree tit ore from the position as signed by Lo Verrier If an energetic the thyearbeen discovered within two degrees g position assigned by Adams W W Campbell lu Popular Bele ence Monthlysrc BoxI cueor fhIIgoGerman liner with a basket and was out to leave the pier when a pnssen t tItoFollowing the tip the basket arer was detained and a wooden the nargrltbfastened with screws When these peonBlIManyA Diplomat dlattlcete t CAupIs0thntout her of late yentaLlferC- autious Cookanjttltygee here you little trJshelrJdecline to answer any questions lawjeriCGlcago Aivlthh1s j- J HATSPREDICTION- e f Exp ot to BI Comfortably Dead In 1908 Hr Wrote A very interesting letter referring to President Lincoln Just after his first Inauguration and written by John Hay Is dated Washington 1801 and says 1n pa- rttstt there Ii anything which more IntolIYpresidents office It Is the impossi bully of answering the letters of ply hastabsolutely fearful They Como at daybreak undo still are coming at mid ght You know that In anything I can dd- e you can command me but you over rate my Influence Mr Lincoln posl lively refuses to make any recommen rdattans fof positions in the depart meat ho rejects the entreaties even of his most intimate friends and relay tires In another letter Washington Dec 12 no year Hay says Walter Noyrs was appointed oil the recommendation of two Rhode Island senators Burnslde and Anthony I did not pay McKlnlcys debts I never called him William In my life par dil- lshe over call me John Our Inter course has always been of the most formal character I have absolutely no claim on him for myself or friends And In another letter Hay writes from Washington I am old sick and busy and I have not a moment at my disposition be sides what is occupied by my dally tasks Do not talk about anything so ridiculous as my being a can dldato for the presidency 1 shall never hold an office after this and I expect to bo comfortably dead by 1003 As will be recalled Secretary Hay died July 1 15103New York Times A BUCKET OF WATER RIght Place When Needed lt Will Prevent a Conflagration single bucket of water even a- pfulthrown on a blaze nt Its start often does more good than a reservoir full ten minutes later And yet in note out of a thousand American homes a single bucket of water dedicated fire protection The onlY excuses for this negligence are ignorance care propertycsenco of structural protection but no ono who has a home is too poor to a bucket of water Even 25 cents spent for tire palls will measurably Increase for years tho of house sad that of Its inmates And tho only attention this very effective Ore apparatus will peed Is an occasion refilling from the pump or tap waterblookhto be sure lots of water around the pumpsfind n bucket take It to the tap or Walt for It to till and then take back to tho ere not one bucket but ore needed If however you can 911eddwithin twenty seconds one bucket generally will be more than enough departmentPllulty of water The family that cares anything at for Its belongings should keep at least one bucket of water on a little bracket In the hall on each floor and another bucket In tho garret Down there should be n barrel of wa and a bucket not far from the orrd weather by adding common salt Exchange EyAusing eyes Immediately after waking youngls theronslt Is a grent- tmln Upon the muscles If one must or write when drowsy rise ereq slonally and bathe the eyes with hot cold water Remember that n quiet from a dark room to a brilliant eycsNewYprlfPress The Prayer He Didnt Mak- eIna certain parish near Dumfriesri newly made older was summoned to sickbed of a parishioner Being turally a bashful man he was la waLlbnegoing altogether At length he was onhisqueryAnd deldDuttdoaAdvertlser DlathChairman westrlnpyouup llkatoneckPackToo 1 1 Africantrlp hearledldlnnor Londbn Opinion thanraskneestlhakesw w I t